Northern Michigan’s Traverse City has long been known for its wineries, but now the vacation hot spot is making a name for itself nationally in something else: books.
The local Borders may have closed, but we’re betting book lovers in that
It’s hard to resist the pull to e-readers, which are getting cheaper and more functional by the minute. These new devices allow bookworms to carry around as many titles as they want, without risking that pesky back strain associated with
Barnes & Noble has an exciting future ahead as they expect to see a rise in e-book sales from $250 million in 2010 to over $2 billion in 2015. Unfortunately for Borders, Barnes & Noble also expects the closure of