I Love Books has introduced a Sunday free ice cream for kids (ages 5-11) event with no purchase required. Simply bring the coupon found in Sunday Stories.
I Love Books Bookstore carries a large variety of health and nutrition items in addition to its 368 categories of new and used books.
Looking to add a personal touch? Local author Vince Staten will be here on Saturday if you want a personalized copy of “An UnCONVENTIONAL History of Kingsport: The Colorful Characters Who Created a City.” Then, Earl Carter and Calvin Sneed will be here next Sunday signing books too. Watch our ads for times.
I Love Books has a host of new releases, a new Collectors Room and a new sign to go along with all of the exciting changes happening just in time for the holidays at the Fort Henry Mall.
Known for her “ballad” novels about Appalachia, McCrumb will be making a stop in Kingsport on Wednesday during a book tour for her newest release, “The Unquiet Grave.”
On Sunday (Sept. 24) from 2 to 4 p.m., we're hosting Karen Spears Zacharias, who spent her early years in Rogersville and just completed the final title of the “Christian Bend” trilogy.
Though she now lives in Oregon, she will return to Kingsport later this month on her book tour for “Christian Bend” and will serve as one of the speakers at the Gold Star Families monument dedication.
New events, new inventory and new deals are all on the menu this fall at I Love Books Bookstore in the Fort Henry Mall.
KINGSPORT – New York Times bestselling author Adriana Trigiani has never forgotten her Appalachian roots. Though some of her stories take place in other cities and states, Trigiani said she always finds a way to incorporate parts of her Southwest Virginia home into everything she writes.
Adriana Trigiani is coming to I Love Books Bookstore on Thursday, July 27, from 5 to 8 p.m. The event will include a 'book talk' about Adriana's newly-released book, “Kiss Carlo.”
To honor his remarkable work, I Love Books Bookstore is hosting a meet and greet with photojournalist Earl Carter from 2 to 4 p.m., today. Stop in and have him personalize a copy of ‘Appalachian Album’ for the perfect Father's Day gift.
Earl Carter's 'Appalachian Album' is a collection of photos and stories offering an honest and powerful look at Appalachia: the places, the people and the culture. Earl will be signing copies of the book from 2 to 4 p.m., Sunday, June 11, at I
Photojournalist Earl Carter will be signing copies of his book, ‘Appalachian Album,’ from 2 to 4 p.m., Sunday, May 7, at I Love Books in Kingsport Town Center.
Earl Carter learned photography as a member of the Kingsport Boys Club. Over the past 50 years, Earl has had a storied career as a photographer and has captured many of those stories on film (and digital) - stories he shares in his ‘Appalachian Album.’
Natural products are our sidelines at I Love Books Bookstore. Honey, vinegar, teas, herbs, spices and essential oils are all available alongside our vast selection of books.