Why not display books from the New York Times Best Sellers list? Well, we believe that displaying books in our store that are a direct representation of what our neighbors — the San Francisco Bay Area — are reading is a more accurate depiction of our area. You’ll find many of these books in the front of our store shelves and also here on our website that are available for purchase.
Hot Graphic Novels Roundup

Hot Graphic Novels Roundup

Roundup by Thomas Rojek The last few months brought us some wonderful graphic novels. I've taken the liberty of creating this roundup of my favorites and providing a summary of each book and why I loved each of them. Midnight RadioBy Iolanda ZanfardinoLion Forge,...

Cooking With Spices

Cooking With Spices

By Thomas Rojek With summer officially coming to a close, we're taking a look at cookbooks that embody robust spices, which invite Fall cooking.  One Dish - Four SeasonsBy Jordan ZuckerPublisher: Home Sauce Publications$44.00, 208 pages One Dish - Four Seasons...

Summer Sci-Fi Roundup

Summer Sci-Fi Roundup

Our round-up of great science fiction novels that have come into the store. What did we miss that you loved? Tiamat's Wrath, James S. A. Corey The latest and eighth book in James S. A. Corey’s Expanse series, Tiamat’s Wrath is obviously not a good place to start...

Nothing beats the experience of coming into our bookstore. We’d love to help you find the perfect book, but if you simply cannot make it in, we make it easy to find everything we’re carrying in the shop in our online store. You can even reserve your copy or have us order it for you right from our online store. We’ll message you when the book arrives.

Monday, Dec 9

LIVE PODCAST
UC Davis Constitutional Law Expert and Author
Carlton Larson
7:00 pm

Sactown Talks By The Nooner will be chatting with Carlton about his new book The Trials of Allegiance: Treason, Juries, and the American Revolution.

SAT, FEB 1

Craft Spirits Magazine Editor in Chief Jeff Cioletti

3:00 pm

Cioletti’s tenure in liquid literacy has exposed him to some of the best libations the world has to offer and given him access to the producers and purveyors of such fine refreshments. Join us as he launches his book DRINK LIKE A GEEK.
There is no parking on K Street, but there is a parking garage located just a half-block away from the store at 133 10th St Sacramento, CA 95814.

Weekends are $5 all day parking
Weekday rate is $1.50 per half hour

Consult the City of Sacramento parking map for street parking and rates.

We validate parking at Capitol Garage (up to $5)!

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It’s like moving twice a month

It’s like moving twice a month

I realized it's been many, many months since I blogged about our journey of opening, and now running, a bookstore. January will mark the one-year anniversary since we signed the lease. About this time last year, Ross and I were scouting locations to do this little...

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8 Weeks In…And We’re Still Alive!

8 Weeks In…And We’re Still Alive!

Wow! It really has been quite a while since I last wrote a blog post. I actually feel like I'm crawling out of the hole that sucked me in when we started renovating the store space 6 months ago. Yeah, we realized this evening that it's been half a year since we...

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If You Give a Mouse a Cookie

If You Give a Mouse a Cookie

It's amazing how many times this one children's book, If You Give a Mouse a Cookie, can be applied to real life. Starting on one project, which leads to a whole new, unplanned-for, project, happens to all of us. Despite our meticulous planning for renovating the space...

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Putting Lipstick on a Pig

Putting Lipstick on a Pig

We're starting to feel the pressure now that March is nearly halfway over. When we started renovating the space two months ago, April seemed so far away. Now, it's right around the corner. When we're there tearing things apart, many people poke their heads in the open...

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Dust…everywhere!

Dust…everywhere!

Today, Presidents' Day, there was a marked shift in how renovation felt at the bookstore. The professional construction crew arrived. It was like the Cavalry coming in, and that felt pretty presidential — and LOUD — to me. (Be sure to turn your sound on.)...

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Back to Square One

Back to Square One

Usually, the phrase "back to square one" means something fell through, but, in our case, it means we're able to move FORWARD. After we signed the store lease about a month ago, we kicked into high gear in demolishing interior (non-load-bearing) walls that we didn't...

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