Nevermore interiorIndependent Bookstore Day marks its fifth year of celebrating independent bookstores nationwide on Saturday, April 27th,with literary parties around the country.

NeverMore Books, 702 Craven Street, will be celebrating with local writers, illustrators, special discounts and giveaways.

Maggie Schein, author (Lost Cantos of the Ouroboros Caves), Kim Poovey, author (Dickens MiceButton Eyes and Truer Words),Robyn Hood Black, artist and illustrator (artsyletters) and Lynn & Cele Seldon, authors (100 Things to do in Charleston Before You Die) will be signing their books throughout the day.

            NeverMore Books will also offer exclusive day-of merchandise created especially for Independent Bookstore Day by major publishers and authors. Since its inception in 2014, more than 200 authors have demonstrated their support for independent bookstores by donating work for Bookstore Day.

            The 2019 IBD author ambassador Tayari Jones says, “Indie stores stock books by hand and sell them the same way. They know what we want and need to read because they know us, as people. A writer is not a machine. A reader is not an app. We are human beings and so are the independent bookstore workers who show up each day and place books in our hands.”

            Independent Bookstore Day is proud to announce a selection of exclusive books and art pieces for Bookstore Day 2019.These limited edition, unique items will be available only at participating IBD bookstores, on April 27.Not before. Not online. And not in chain stores.

About Independent Bookstore Day 

Independent Bookstore Day began in California in 2014 and became a national event the next year. A host of publishers and authors such as Neil Gaiman, George Saunders, Roxane Gay, Lauren Groff, James PattersonStephen Kingand many others have donated work in support of the event. Independent Bookstore Day (IBD) is produced by writer and former bookseller Samantha Schoech in partnership with the Northern California Independent Booksellers Association. Its sponsors include Penguin Random House, Ingram, and the American Bookseller’s Association.