Book Loft offers a new way to read

Book Loft offers a new way to read Main Photo

22 Jan 2019

Local Life and Business, Blog

Have you ever had a blind date with a book? You can at Turn the Page Book Loft! Books are beautifully wrapped in brown paper and twine with clues and descriptive words written in calligraphy as to the book's genre and story. Choose what you feel like reading with the clues and be surprised when you unwrap and read! It gives a literal meaning to “Don’t judge a book by its cover”.

Author Riley Rose opened the book loft in downtown Red Bluff where she not only offers books but also a beautiful, cozy and peaceful place to read. Books are $3, coffee varies in suggested donation and WIFI is available.

book loftRiley wants to make a difference in the community she grew up in and the place she calls home. One of her favorite inspirational quotes by John Green is, “Reading forces us to be quiet in a world that no longer makes a place for that.” She wants to be that quiet place for Tehama County.

Visitors have been raving about the book loft!

“Love all the little touches around the store that make it so inviting! A must visit!”

“A delightful place to shop for books or to sit and read a book. Very warm and cozy.”

“Blind date with a book may or may not be a new idea but it’s the first time I’ve ever seen it and I’m totally smitten.”

Riley Rose is a published author. Her book, Sentiments of a Stretched Soul, is a collection of short stories and thoughts purposed to bring inspiration into everyday life. Its mission is to encourage the Christian to shine for the Kingdom, even as our souls are stretched between heaven and earth. Find it on Amazon!

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