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Dawnbreak wasn't home, but when it came down to it the town was a cute little place. The library had a fair selection and then there was this quaint little bookstore. He hadn't explored much of the town, since he hadn't arrived all that long ago and had spent weeks at home recovering from the day of the eclipse. Ravenmore Books and the public library were one of the few places he'd visited.

 

He needed some new reading material, and there were some books he'd lost in the chaos in Savannah that he'd like to replace. Some of them were valuable collectable editions, and that would prickle at his nerves until the day he died. Perhaps he could find some acceptable copies at this bookstore. Preferably older, used copied, but new ones for certain books would do if need be.

 

He walked up to the counter to ask if the store had any used books.

 

DragonBlue

 

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Guest Tatiana Griffin

Tash was supposed to be doing inventory, but what she was actually doing was sitting behind the front counter absently sketching an image of a wolf that was slowly looking more and more like Matthew. She'd mostly stopped her artistic endeavors some years ago, and the image on the blank spreadsheet was nothing akin to what she'd once been capable of; but to the novice or untalented it would have looked quite skillful.

 

She didn't quite notice when the man approached the counter and there was admittedly a lag between what he said and Tash's brain actually processing the question, "Hm?" she looked up, then shook her head and offered a smile that would have been sheepish if not for the slight sadness still apparent, "I'm sorry. Yes, the back left wall and corner have our selection. Are you looking for anything specific?"

 

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