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As big chains fold, Triangle indie bookstores thrive on the personal touch 

As online giant Amazon continues to face backlash for its alleged bully tactics against writers published by Hachette Book Group and speculation rages as to whether big-box chain Barnes & Noble is headed for the same fate as the now-defunct Borders, independent…

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Hey, thanks for the shout out for Wink of an Eye! The article was pretty cool, too :)

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