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The scenes Anca renders would be funny if they weren’t sad. So said a reader at one point, and I agreed. On first reading, you’re amused. Sometimes (most of the time!) you laugh with tears. On the second read, or maybe even the third, the funny part falls away and you see the reality. You see the man behind the books and the people he meets every day, those people who have no idea that the bookseller is reading books and not thoughts. By reading the book The Bookseller’s Diary, not only will you look at bookselling with new eyes, but you may well befriend the first bookseller who comes your way and thank them for their patience, their smile and even tidy up the book that fell off the shelf that, between two indecisive customers, the buzz of the phone and the box of novelties that need to be labelled and shelved, they failed to put in its place. (Andreea Ban – Serial Readers)

Bookseller Diary was, at first, a hashtag I used at the end of every story related to what was happening to me at work that I put on Facebook not so much out of a desire to show how funny the life of a bookseller is, but more hoping that the general public, book consumers and not only, would see the bookseller’s job more for what it actually is and less of an ah, how nice, you sit all day and read and get paid. No, you’re not even allowed to read at work in most places. And if you did, the pay is not enviable. (Anca Zaharia)


Autor: Anca Zaharia
Editura: Neverland
Colectie: Beletristica
Anul aparitiei: 2.021
Luna aparitiei: 2
Tip coperta: Brosata
Numar de pagini: 170
Format: 130 x 200
ISBN: 978-606-9018-25-5
Cod de bare: 9786069018255

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