Meet the Bookseller: Little Professor’s Sara Glassman Chats about Nanowrimo, Moving a Bookstore, and Self-Publishing Mistakes

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Here’s my blog on 2017 Nanowrimo tips. To sign up for National Novel Writing Month or find a write-in near you, check out the official Nanowrimo website.

Find Sara Glassman on social media on Facebook, Twitter (as @medusasmirror) and Instagram (as @medusasjewelry). Find her book and fantasy-inspired jewelry in her Etsy shop, Medusa’s Mirror.

Visit Little Professor in Birmingham in downtown Homewood across from O’Henry’s and The Trak Shak; find them online at their website and on their Twitter account (@little_prof) and Facebook.

In this episode, we mention the Penguin Threads books. You can check them out online, but they’re really better in person, so head to Little Professor or your favorite independent bookstore to see them in real life! We also mention a book about the making of A Christmas Carol that I bought from Little Professor; it’s called The Man Who Invented Christmas, and it’s about Dickens’ writing of that holiday classic. I’ve just started it, and I’m loving it so far.

We talk for a few minutes about Charm, a fantastic jewelry store in downtown Birmingham.

My theme music is from Tyler Ambrosius — check out his beat store here!

If you’re interested in learning how I successfully funded a Kickstarter to publish my book The Localist, check out my Courses page. My book, The Localist, is available wherever books are sold. Don’t see it in stock? Just ask them to order it for you.

About Carrie

Carrie Rollwagen is host of the Localist podcast and cofounder of Church Street Coffee & Books. Currently, she works as Vice President of Strategic Planning at Infomedia, a web development company in Birmingham, Alabama. Find the Localist at @thinklocalist on Instagram and follow Carrie at @crollwagen.

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