Welcome to the Hurricane

Parisian Phoenix Publishing Company has six books— yes, six— books currently on the market and a seventh that might be out by the end of the week.

One of the reasons this publisher loves Barnes and Noble is because they allow you to search for and display books by the publisher.

Click here to visit their web site.

Earlier this week, I received our official Parisian Phoenix Business Debit Card from Santander Bank. And yesterday I finally received our PIN.

So today I made a list of supplies and vendors but before I started paying boring old bills, I took our dear art director downtown to visit other small businesses and hone our future plans.

The first stop— and the first use of business debit card— was to treat Gayle to hand pie and Belgian hot chocolate at Pie+Tart. This small business is one of my favorite places on earth and if I’m going to host a meeting, I want them to provide the goodies.

And then we stopped at Book and Puppet Company where we were able to give Nere Kapiteni, an artist who participated in Not an Able-Bodied White Man With Money, her contributor’s copy of the book.

Angel and Nere at Book and Puppet

Then, Gayle and I visited the winter market and bought my daughter’s dog a beef trachea. Gayle enjoyed the type, chalk art, murals and clever signs of the downtown.

Meanwhile our Clover To Go system is operational, which means we can now take credit cards, at least in person.

That’s the latest from us. Later tonight we’re hoping to hook up our Hewlett-Packard instant ink subscription to the business account, plan a trip to Staples for paper and envelopes and eventually head to the post office to mail some packages.

Published by Angel Ackerman

Writer, Editor, Traveler, Fashionista, Francophile, Student and Mother

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