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August Long Weekend
BookManager will be closed Monday August 3rd. 

The office will re-open Tuesday August 4th for regular business hours. 

Contact Michael Neill's cell at 250.212.3814 only during reasonable hours (PST) if you are unable to sell product. All other support issues should be handled through the main office line at 250.763.4415 on Tuesday, or through mail@bookmanager.com. 











Circling the Sun
Paula McLain
Hardcover | Jul 2015
Kitchens of the Great Midwest
J Ryan Stradal
Hardcover | Jul 2015
Fishbowl
Bradley Somer
Paperback | Aug 2015
(releases Aug 4 2015)

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A leader in book industry innovation, BookManager has earned its reputation by providing booksellers and their suppliers with quality products and outstanding service for over 25 years. The people behind our company are indie booksellers who design, develop and deliver point-of-sale solutions, bibliographic data, price and availability, frontlist catalogues, websites and online retailing, inventory analysis and peer data sharing.

 


The majority of Canadian independent bookstores use BookManager. In the U.S., the feedback from stores switching to BookManager indicates we are well worth having a look at. With an outstanding support and technical team, BookManager is passionately committed to connecting booksellers with their suppliers through the use of creative tools and the robust exchange of information. The powerful BookManager software for bookstore operations is just part of our ongoing story. If you are interested, we should have a conversation to best understand what is possible for your store.

 

 












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"From a family saga steeped in the culture of Barbados to a political drama set in Spain’s Basque Country, this season’s premier fiction debuts are as diverse in their settings as they are in their approaches to narrative form. Challenging genre at every turn, these books—one a historical satire, another a fable-like critique of consumer culture—present a literary moment in which the erosion of boundaries, both national and literary, have created new storytelling possibilities." -- Publishers Weekly

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411 Bernard Avenue
Kelowna BC  V1Y 6N8
Canada
Phone: 250.763.4415
Fax: 250.763.5211
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