My latest book, Nothing Much Happened, is a series of essays that together create a memoir of the author. The essays cover three periods in his life: the first in Sidney Center NY, the second in Bangor, ME and the third in Amsterdam NY. The title is ironic as many forces and events impelled him towards running an antiquarian book store, and Nothing Much Happened details them. You can order the book from Amazon. While on Amazon, look at my other books also. You can find them easily by searching for Daniel Weaver in the books category.
Lock 11 Media LLC was formed by Dan Weaver, owner of the Book Hound, in 2017 in order to provide virtually all book related services, but particularly publishing. One of the goals of Lock 11 Media is to reprint historical and genealogical books related to the Mohawk Valley. With that goal in mind, we have reprinted our first two volumes: The Eckler Family of the Mohawk Valley, an 82 page soft cover retailing for $9.99 and Captain John Brown, His Service in the Revolutionary War, Battle of Stone Arabia: An Address Delivered before the Oneida Historical Society, April 28, 1884. The book is a 24 page soft cover and retails for $7.99.
These books are already available for sale at amazon.com. Click on the links to purchase them from amazon. We have ordered copies for The Book Hound, and they should arrive soon. We also will make copies available at a reduced rate for other booksellers and non-profit organizations that sell books. Continue reading “Lock 11 Media dba the Book Hound to Focus on Mohawk Valley Reprints”
While we are primarily a used and rare book store, The Book Hound also sells new books relating to the Mohawk Valley, the Adirondacks and upstate New York. These books make great gifts for birthdays, holidays and other special occasions. Continue reading “The Book Hound sells new local books”