Penny For Your Thoughts is unusual, eclectic, comfy--like a cushioned chair with a blankie to keep you warm, where you wear your stilettos and a pointy Madonna bra.
Plus coffee and snacks.
Millie, the owner, is more than a merchant. She's a curator. During my recent visit, Millie told me she's on the lookout for a new space. I'll let you know if she finds one. In the meantime, you might want to get over there now and do some holiday shopping at 1365 N. Hill Avenue in Pasadena. Parking is behind the building.
In other news:
Feel free to visit and comment on my guest post at Lost To Books. I'm always looking for new exposure for Camelot & Vine and lately I've been hitting up the book bloggers. They've been lovely.
Speaking of C&V, the eBook is currently priced at $3.99 but it will go up to $5.99 the first of the year. If you've read it and you haven't posted a review, please feel free to do so at the website of your choice (Amazon, Goodreads, Smashwords).
Also, I'll be a volunteer bookseller at two places on Small Business Saturday, this weekend on November 30th. From 11am-1pm I'll be at Vroman's Colorado Blvd. store, and after a lunch break I'll be at Webster's Fine Stationers in Altadena. Come say hi and get your Camelot & Vine signed!