Having been translated into over 30 languages, Mark Manson’s ‘The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck’ is May’s Best Seller with 673 copies. Tim Winton’s ‘The Shepherd’s Hut’ has slipped to second, selling 620 copies, and new to the top three is Gail Honeyman’s novel, ‘Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine’, which sold 587 copies this month.
Barclay Books is located in the Western Australian town of York. They sell new and second-hand titles and are the shop behind our ABE Books integration. Read on for an insight into the story of their bookshop.
We are teetering on the edge of pushing the R4 upgrade and are trying to resolve all the issues before we do so. There comes a point when you have to push forward and we have named May 5th/6th as the day we will upgrade (unless a show stopper presents itself before then).
Tim Winton’s ‘The Shepherd’s Hut’ is the Circle Community Best Seller for the second month in a row, selling 777 copies. Mark Mason’s ‘The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck’ and Scott Pape’s ‘The Barefoot Investor’ remain in the top 3, selling 711 and 601 respectively.
In celebration of the United Nation’s World Book and Copyright Day on April 23rd, 2018, we would each like to share our top 5 books! Our staff are from New Zealand, Australia, France, Brazil, India and the Philippines so we’re sure you’ll see something you haven’t read yet. World Book and Copyright day was inaugurated … Read More
March has been spent improving the migration tool to speed up and improve the process of migrating data from other systems to Circle.
Tim Winton’s latest novel ‘The Shepherd’s Hut’ is March’s Best Seller, selling 1722 copies. Followed by Andy Griffith’s ‘Terry’s Dumb Dot Story: A Treehouse Tale’ with 880 copies sold, and Mark Manson’s ‘The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck’ remains in the top 3 selling 753 copies last month.
This year for our conference special we will be giving an 11.6″ Acer 360 Touch Chromebook to every store that decides to become a Circle Software customer.
Budgeting for Bookstores, the Barefoot Investor Way Scott Pape, author of the best-selling financial advice book The Barefoot Investor, urges readers to divide their income into 60 per cent ‘safety’, 20 per cent ‘saving’, and 20 percent ‘splurge’. In other words – to set up their buckets.