Want some Books on the Nightstand books and swag?
From time to time, we are asked if we have “BOTNS stuff” that people can buy. And in fact, we do! We make just a small percentage from sales of these items, but any proceeds go directly into our web hosting and podcast hosting costs.
Newly available! Two Books I Can’t Wait for you to Read, Volume 2! – This year, we opened it up to the entire BOTNS community. Readers and listeners sent in their recommendations for two books they think we should all read. It’s fabulous, and the checklist at the back makes tracking what you’ve read a fun and simple process. $14.
Two Books I Can’t Wait for you to Read is a compilation of book recommendations from the attendees of the first Books on the Nightstand weekend retreat in Vermont. Guests and authors were asked to name two books they recommended, and we compiled them into a book that was printed on the Espresso Book Machine at Northshire Bookstore. It became quite popular, and with the handy checklist at the back of the book, is a great way to find your next book to read. It is available for $12.00 and can be ordered online from Northshire Bookstore.
For the 2012 Booktopia weekends, we put a call to all who were attending any of the three weekends. The theme: describe your idea of Booktopia. Living in Booktopia is a dreamer’s book, and you’ll certainly be thinking about your own personal concept of Booktopia as you read. It is $12.95, and also available from Northshire Bookstore.
Totebags, tees and mugs:
Several readers and listeners have expressed interest in Books on the Nightstand totebags and t-shirts. We’ve partnered with Zazzle.com to create a Books on the Nightstand store. We do receive a small affiliate fee for each purchase that will be used to directly offset the website hosting costs for Books on the Nightstand. There are several versions, including souvenir Booktopia versions. Please check out all of our designs.
Note from Ann: in my experience, many of the shirts seem to run a bit small. I recommend ordering a size up, at least for the children’s shirts. Michael and I both agree: our favorite product is the Grocery Tote (shown at left). It holds a lot of books, and it’s also what I use at our farmer’s market.