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Since 1989, McIntyre's has been known for being one of the most celebrated independent bookstores in the South, offering a wide selection of fiction and non-fiction books, including books on cooking, gardening, mysteries, and North Carolina authors. Find out our staff's recommended readings and holiday gifts, upcoming author events, what's new in the bookstore, and so much more!
We love our children all year round but when Valentine’s Day rolls around it gives us a chance to share a few extra hugs and kisses, as well as some lessons about love. I’d love to share some new books that are perfect to share in this season of love.
When an Elephant Falls in Love by Davide Cali & Alice Lotti gives us a glimpse into those often silly feelings we have and goofy things we do when we first fall in love. Elephant hides every time he sees his crush, he bathes... Full Post >
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Avoid the plonk* this Valentine’s Day and invest in a little viticultural primer like The 24-Hour Wine Expert by Jancis Robinson. Valenwine: it’s the gift that keeps on giving.
This slim guide helps you choose a good bottle, serve it properly (step away from the mason jar): think: decanting, breathing, pouring, tasting, and pair wine with your meal. While there are sadly, no suggested pairings for Cocoa Puffs, there is a heady chapter on describing wine with common tasting... Full Post >
It’s that time of year again - roses are everywhere and you can’t get into your favorite restaurant unless you made reservations weeks in advance. Yes, Valentine’s Day rears its commercial head once again and I’m here to talk mysteries, love, relationships and a whole bunch of other stuff I don’t know anything about (except mysteries, I do know mysteries).
When it comes to mysteries there really isn’t much love involved, unless it’s tragic love or a cozy set in a tea shop,... Full Post >
Good readers make good writers, right? So here’s a little rundown from this weekend’s fiction writing workshop with local author Steve Peha.
Steve’s "Five Facts of Fiction" come straight from his newly published instructional, Be A Better Writer.
Fiction is all about character: fully rounded ones have quirks, secrets, and a back story.
Fiction is all about what your character wants, and the conflict between intention and obstacles.
Fiction is all about how your character... Full Post >
According to a Harvard study, it turns out that a wandering mind is the leak in your happiness bucket. Mindfulness creates a state of flow and well-being. Happiness is found by anchoring your thoughts in the present moment, even if you are at the dermatologist.
When your focus needs more focus, here are six ideas.
One: a set of sharp, bright pencils and a coloring book. I saw that eye roll. Yes, this is new-agey; I have no comeback. But it works.
Two: a brand new journal. Write down... Full Post >
There were so many great books to choose from in 2016, but I put everyone’s feet to the literary fire until they coughed up just one pick.
Keebe went with Lee Smith’s Dimestore: “wonderful snippets from the life of one of my favorite authors.”
After a long awkward pause during which Pete struggled with some deep-level Sophie’s Choices, he finally picked The Sellout by Paul Beatty: “after twenty years, people are finally noticing how talented this guy is.”
Mouse called The... Full Post >
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Master storyteller Donald Davis filled the Fearrington Barn on Saturday and Sunday, delighting audiences with his annual holiday yarns. McIntyre's is always honored to be the finale of Mr. Davis's annual nation-wide tour!
In its 25th year with McIntyre’s Books, Davis’ performances raised critical relief for CORA, Chatham County’s Food Bank: over $1,000 was raised and over 1,500 pounds of canned goods were donated over the weekend.
McIntyre’s owner Keebe Fitch looks forward to... Full Post >
This holiday season, McIntyre's Books shared holiday cheer with Chatham County students through their Reindeer Reader program. Since Giving Tuesday, more than 1,500 students will receive a beginning reader book to take home over the holidays. Generous sponsors of the program gifted $40 donations to purchase books for a classroom of kindergarten and first-grade students.
"The gift of literacy is irreplaceable and benefits us all,” says Bookstore Manager Keebe Fitch. “Sarah Carr, our... Full Post >
With all of the gift wrapping, holiday shopping and yule tide cheer, we've found there are a few things we tend to forget in our merriment each year. To prepare you for the happiest season of all, we've stocked our favorite items to have on hand at McIntyre's Books! See our list of items not to miss below!
The season of giving means lots of beautifully wrapped gifts under the tree. Don't lose track of those presents, pick up quirky and fun gift tags at the bookstore. And for the gifts you... Full Post >
Still looking for stocking stuffers for the young lady on your list? McIntyre's Books is stocked with everything from journals to tech to accompany her this holiday season. See the full list of suggestions from Children's Book Buyer, Sarah, below!
For colorful holiday hair, there's Boho Bandeau hand bands so she can carol without a worry and hair chalk (it's only temporary, so Mom doesn't have to worry!) to let her imagination run free!
Pick up Papaya small journals and Blue Q zipper... Full Post >