There are few things that I love more than curling up with a good book. Admittedly, I don't get to do it as much as I would like but I have been known to find myself falling into the pages of a new read-only to resurface later, 300 pages in wondering why I can hear the birds chirping "good morning" outside.

I know that may sound dramatic and like a bit of an exaggeration but I once read an entire 450+ page novel in less than 48 hours. To answer your next question, yes. It was that good and I regret nothing - it was an autographed copy of Prince Lestat from Anne Rice. What can I say? I've always been a fan of the brat prince.

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So to say that I am excited about a new, local bookstore opening just around the corner from the radio station, would be an understatement! Your Brother's Bookstore is the brainchild of brothers Adam and Sam Morris. According to Downtown Evansville,

Founded by brothers Adam and Sam Morris, the bookstore sells new books (1,077 in stock currently - only 30% of their total order), board games, gaming gear, rare and signed books, as well as works from local authors, and artists. They also have their own merchandise for sale and have planned a t-shirt giveaway to celebrate their opening.

Your Brother's Bookstore is located at 504 Main Street in downtown Evansville. The store will be open Mondays through Fridays, 10 am - 6 pm and Saturdays 8 am - 6 pm.

Basically, if no one can find me in the office, you'll be able to find me down the street with my nose in a book.

[Source: Downtown Evansville]

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