For unparalleled beach holiday luxury there is little that can match the secluded resorts available in the Maldives. Below we give you 3 of our top picks for those looking to unwind on some of the most stunning islands in the world. 1. Constance Halaveli Resort, North Ari Atoll Sparkling with a thoroughly-deserved 6* reputation, …
Top 10: best luxury resorts in the Maldives
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Turning Stone Resort Casino to host May 13 recruitment event
VERONA, N.Y. — Turning Stone Resort Casino will host a job fair on May 13 as it looks to fill more than 250 positions to “support ongoing business expansions and increased seasonal opportunities.” It’s set for 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. at its Tin Rooster, Turquoise Tiger, and Atrium Bar venues, per a Thursday news release The recruitment event is titled “You’re Hired!” because qualified candidates…
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Top Destination: Outrigger Konotta Maldives Resort reveals its Grand Konotta Villa
When we saw the images of the brand new Outrigger Konotta Maldives Resort’s Grand Konotta Villa we almost packed our bags for the beautiful island. This is a phenomenal destination that caters to the luxury traveler in style. It is simply the best new Island Villa of 2015, hands down. The stunning attention to detail …
Top 4 unique dining experiences in the Maldives
Known for its many atolls, white sand beaches and crystal clear lagoons the Maldives have been a dream holiday destination for many. Over the last few years’ luxury resorts have focussed on developing their food and beverage offerings for guests and the Maldives is quickly becoming an area that is setting the bar for unique …
Why Independent Booksellers Are on the Rise Again
The recent news of the opening of an independent bookstore on Manhattan’s Upper West Side was greeted with surprise and delight, since a neighborhood o ...
An Independent Bookseller on Why You Should Shop Indie
"Vote with your dollar." You may have heard that we have a presidential election this year. I know teenagers are incredibly busy with all the homework assignments and pressure to hurry up and grow up, but I'm guessing this is not the first you're hearing of it. Even if you aren't old enough to vote in November, you should know that you actually place very important votes every day.
Bookseller Tips & Tricks: Promoting Pre-Orders
“We all know most pre-orders go to the ‘Big A’ company, even though those customers shop with us as well,” says Liberty Bay Books owner Suzanne Droppert. “We’d like to keep more of that business.”
What Do Booksellers Read?
Who knows books better than a bookseller? Working in a bookstore keys you in to the pulse of what’s new, what’s exciting, and what people love to read. Here, booksellers from four fantastic books
Midtown's Source Booksellers named a top 5 finalist for national award
Janet Webster Jones opened her store back in 2002, but her love affair with books began long ago. The retired Detroit Public School teacher is...
How to Talk to a Bookseller: A 10-Step Guide for Authors
But what are the booksellers up to?
We hate to have booksellers leave Skylight Books but we love to see where they go Kelsey Nolan (formerly part of our Events Team) has moved over to the Los Angeles Times and is now working on their events and happenings (including the L.A. Times Festival of Books). John Rossiter recently left to devote more time to his band Young Jesus and to doing television scores . You may still see him around the store, especially during our Current Events Reading Groups .…
How Would You Do on the Bookseller Quiz Show?
One of the aspects of being a bookseller than I didn’t anticipate was the quiz show component. Although I expected to be asked questions by customers, we get just as many from coworkers. I work for
How indie booksellers literally put The Mirror Thief on the map » MobyLives
Martin Seay's The Mirror Thief is a 600-page debut novel about Venice. Three Venices, to be specific. It can't be pigeonholed into one single genre; here it's a hardboiled detective thriller, here it's an impressionistic dreamscape, here it's a lush and ornate…
Bookseller Tips & Tricks: Promoting Indie Next List Titles
“It’s easy to forget how intimidating a bookstore can be for some customers,” said Kerry Halls of Auntie’s Bookstore. “Displays provide a really friendly access point for people who maybe don’t have the time or energy to get lost in the stacks.”
How to Travel to the Maldives
We trusted our Maldives luxury resorts would handle our Maldives travel. They did, but there was a lot we did not expect on how to travel to the Maldives.
How to hook time-poor readers: 16 tips for publishers, booksellers and authors
Busy mum, podcaster and lapsed bookworm Zibby Owens offers up a feast of ideas for publishers wanting to reach people who feel too busy to read.
How Being a Bookseller Made Me a Better Writer
I got my first bookselling job six months out of college, in a strip mall near the railyard in Santa Fe. Really, I wasn’t a bookseller so much as I was assigned to the book department for most shif…