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  • Writer's pictureBenay Hicks

Daily Tarheel: Local book providers adapt through coronavirus pandemic

In the few months it was open before the pandemic closed its doors, Epilogue Books Chocolate Brews was full of people: customers browsing the shelves, community events held around the coffee tables, students crowding into the cafe with laptops and lattes.

“Obviously, we have lost that shtick,” said Mason Hamberlin, a book buyer and lead for Epilogue.

Hamberlin said although Epilogue has closed its physical doors, the company is adapting to challenges caused by the pandemic by using social media to stay in conversation with the community, and doing a lot of curbside pickups.

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