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And it's not a bookstore, but there's a thrift shop on 231 and 14 in Jasper county (south of DeMotte) called Jasper Junction- and they do have some very interesting books and good prices. They have a good sized book section in the main building and also a number of books out back in the furniture building.
It is my dream to own a small independent bookstore in my neighborhood, Mapleton-Fall Creek in Indianapolis. Until then, I'll keep buying my books from Amazon, Half Priced Books and Goodwill!
They have both new and used, and I was sure they were privately owned, not a corporation.
Also there's Earl Street Books in Lafayette- used books. Great fun.
I'm from out-of-state, but I'll have a car and will travel (within reason).
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Libraries Calendar link. The St. Joeseph County sale is a good one. It will be nice to know of others.
If you are in the area and like mysteries, it's a great independent bookstore.
No, Buck Creek Books was in Lafayette. Wnated to know if it was still there. Thanks.
Support your local indie bookstore!!!
Living in Elkhart it was a pretty good trip to Carmel.
My favorite used bookstore is Mason's in Lebanon. It's right on the square on SR 39 just west of the Courthouse. Good stuff.
When I go on a used "binge" I start there, hit the two Indy Half-priced Books (Castleton & 86th St between Michigan & Meridian) and finish at the Books-A-Million further west on 86th (they don't have that much used but it's on the way).
I've been to Big Hat Books - pretty cool but when I was there they have all new books and not a lot in Medieval History which is my interest.
John Dillinger museum, southern Indiana railtrails- but anyway...
I like Boxcar Books, in Bloomington, Erasmus in South Bend, the Griffin in South Bend (more of a game shop, still has good stuff though), and the Mystery Company in Indianapolis.
My absolute favorite bookstore in Bloomington is Boxcar Books. Their selection of popular books is only decent, but they have an incredibly expansive collection of books on liberal and radical culture--veganism, women's studies and queer studies, sexuality, alternative religion, etc.--and they are one of the few places I know of which carry zines.