Category Archives: Alyssa Zysett’s Bookstore Tour

Bloomsbury: The Biggest Little Bookstore

I would be truly shocked anyone familiar with Ashland has missed out on Bloomsbury Books. Located downtown Ashland next to Pangea, Bloomsbury is a fixture of Ashland literary life. Although it is smaller than a Barnes and Noble or any other … Continue reading

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The Unique and Original Tree House Children’s Bookstore

Down on the Plaza, next door to Eden Vale’s wine tasting room, is a cozy, magical bookstore all for youngsters. The Tree House Children’s Bookstore has been in business for 33 years. The fourth owner of the store, LadyJane, bought … Continue reading

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Time to Hop on the Bookwagon

A lot of the book stores seem to concentrate in downtown Ashland. Let’s take a quick break from the chaos of theater, tourists and extravagant dining and visit a bookstore on the opposite side of town. Around the corner from … Continue reading

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Around the Corner: The Book Exchange

For those of you that are not hip with the latest Ashland bookstore gossip: The Book Exchange has changed locations from next door to the Standing Stone Brewery in downtown Ashland. It is now located, since November, across the parking … Continue reading

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Soundpeace: The Land of Spiritual Books

Soundpeace, located in downtown Ashland next to Zoey’s Café and all Natural Ice Cream and across from the historic Ashland Springs Hotel, is the home of spiritual books and gifts for all types of people. Soundpeace specializes in books concerning … Continue reading

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Judi Honore’s Shakespeare Books and Antiques

Those of you that have inhabited Ashland for longer than a few years may remember a pleasant bookstore wedged down the alley next to the Varsity Theater in downtown Ashland. Although that shop has closed its doors, owner Judi Honore … Continue reading

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