Coming Events


Cabot Street Books Proudly Presents:

Christopher Golden Signing Blood of the Four

Thursday, March 15th at 7 PM at The Castle: A Board Game Cafe, 240 Rantoul ST, Beverly MA

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Cynthia Platt Reading & Signing GROW at the Spirit of '76

Saturday, March 24th at 12PM at The Spirit of '76 Bookstore, 107 Pleasant Street, Marbleehad, MA 01945

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Marketing Your Self Published Book with Cabot Street Books and Fundead Publications

Being an author, especially an indie or self-published author, is a lot like running a small business. You are the employee and your book is your product. Without a background in business, sales, or marketing, it can be difficult navigating an ocean when no one taught you how to steer the ship. We’re here to help! Join us for our Marketing for Writers Seminar on March 27th, and learn to steer the ship!

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Andover Bookstore Has Moved!

Change is necessary for the growth of any institution, especially one that is two-hundred eight years old. The Andover Bookstore begins a new chapter in its storied history with the announcement of an exciting move to a new and stunning location.  For decades, Andover Bookstore has made its home in Olde Andover Village (now Andover Village Square), but not always.  Fans of town history may know that the bookstore’s more familiar address is its sixth since 1809. 

By September the Andover Bookstore will be open at 74 Main Street (right next to CVS). Our cozy new home has unique character and loads of charm: detailed ornate woodwork, leaded windows, a soaring ceiling, and a fireplace. Customers will appreciate the ease of access and parking.  With a storefront that faces Main Street, even more readers will be able to discover us.  Despite dramatic change in the publishing industry in recent years, HugoBooks and the Andover Bookstore have continued to thrive. Since the Olde Andover Village complex was sold a few years ago, we have tried hard to come up with terms that meet the Landlord and the Bookstore’s financial needs, but Restaurants and Bookstores are very different businesses and we could not reach an agreement that served both parties, despite long and amicable negotiations. 

Sales are up, thanks to the many in our community (and beyond) who understand the myriad benefits of shopping at local, independently owned businesses.  Wonderful, loyal customers continue to demonstrate their solid support with every visit, and they are never taken for granted.  In our move across the street, we carry with us the commitment to excellent customer service, a varied and well-chosen selection of book and gifts, and the ability to get special order titles quickly.  Fond memories of the old carriage house will endure along with fresh ones to be created in the new “manor” home.  

We welcome you,

John Hugo, Karen, Chris, Roseanna, Hadley, Megan, and Vickie

Read the article in the Andover Townsman about our move here