Yesterday I went to Millers Bookbinding, a local business not a mile from my home that is nationally famous for restoring old, damaged books. My husband and I had dropped off an ancient two-volume set of 1955 Webster’s dictionaries–complete with illustrations–to have them rebound as a Christmas present to ourselves. Worth every penny.
The owner was VERY interested in my newly-released book, Confessions of a Female Safety Engineer. He carefully wrote down the name of the book, and said he will share it with all his librarian buddies on Facebook. Miller’s Bookbinding is used by librarians all over the country, so I mentioned that Confessions is set up for librarians to get it at a discount.