Farewell, friends!

My heart is welling up today as so many volunteers, customers and friends are wishing me goodbye.

Since I’ve worked at Mysterious Galaxy, I have had the incredible privilege to call some of the most creative, fun, and hard working people I’ve ever met my colleagues, not to mention all the customers who have become my friends. My time here is coming to an end today as I move out of San Diego and up to Northern California for a new chapter in my life. It has been an immense privilege to be a part of such a special place. 

I’ve so enjoyed chatting with all of you, both on Tumblr and Twitter. Thank you for being a part of Mysterious Galaxy’s growing social media presence, thank you for your kind words about this fantastic book store, and thank you to all the booksellers and indie stores across the country for inspiring me every day.

For a time, posts will slow down a bit as the store welcomes Rob, the latest member of team MG, but stay tuned! Any suggestions or questions are welcome in our ask box, as well as on Twitter.

Should you be so inclined, you may be interested in following my personal twitter account (more profanity, although just as many exclamation points.) You can find me @noloveinsevilla.

I wish you all the best.

Happy Reading!!

-Elizabeth

thesebooksareolderthanyou:

Things Happen When Elves Come To Tara

thesebooksareolderthanyou:

Things Happen When Elves Come To Tara

(Source: suburbanwarlock)

(Source: coveringbooks)

matanegra:

Rage Valley by Victor Mosquera

matanegra:

Rage Valley by Victor Mosquera

backtothese:

The Six Fingers of Time.

backtothese:

The Six Fingers of Time.

atheistsinbowties:

Isaac Asimov. Like H. P. Lovecraft, but with robots. If you haven’t read any of his stuff, go out and fix yourself.

atheistsinbowties:

Isaac Asimov. Like H. P. Lovecraft, but with robots. If you haven’t read any of his stuff, go out and fix yourself.

mcnallyjackson:

In think we can all agree that The Halloween Superstore’s failure to carry a Shel Silverstein author photo mask was a huge oversight.

mcnallyjackson:

In think we can all agree that The Halloween Superstore’s failure to carry a Shel Silverstein author photo mask was a huge oversight.