Tuesday, July 24, 2007

Good Book Seller

Doug Wilson pointed to this book seller as a possible place to purchase good books recently. I checked out the site and see that they've picked through the thousands of books out there and are only offering the best of the best.

Here's a few tidbits from their site about themselves:
Why do customers shop at Books on the Path? We sell some of the finest Christian literature that can be found anywhere. Since we can't carry every title, our goal is to offer our customers the best of the best. We purchase our products from a variety of publishers and individuals, always looking for the lowest prices so we can pass our savings on to our customers.

Just wondering . . . How can you afford to drive to the Post Office everyday, when your shipping rates are so low? Oh, we don't drive. We take a family walk to the Post Office everyday. It gives us a great excuse to get out in the fresh air and get some exercise!

You said before that you do very little advertising. What brings people to your Web site? Mostly word-of-mouth referrals from exuberant customers! We have been so blessed by our customers' compliments and encouragements. We feel like we have a cheering section out there!

Leslie has often commented that books on marriage and parenting are hard to come by since the good ones are often rejected by large publishers. Well, here's a whole site where the best from the big boys and the small guys are brought together in one place.



Nikki said...

Leslie, I need to comment on one of your comments on our blog- chicken fried steak. It really is steak fried like a chicken. They take a cheap cut of beef, beat it till it is flat and tender and then batter and fry it up like fried chicken. Put it on a bun and you have "The Dude." Also, I wanted to let you and Chris know that I love reading your blog and Erik and I have had some great discussions over Chris' baptism posts. Thanks. Can't wait to see you at Jekyll!

Leslie said...

Hi Nikki,
I only partially believe your description of the dude. It may be "steak" fried like chicken, but are you sure it is beef steak and not apossum, armadillo or racoon steak?
I'm only trying to harass you now that you are a Texan.
See you at Jekyll.