Bill Brett has been busy out delivering copies of his fifth book, “Boston: Irish,” now that stores and other venues are opening back up for business. And, just in time for St. Patrick’s Day.
“Boston: Irish” can be purchased through College Hype, which can ship the book out. Five of Bill’s six books are for sale through the Dorchester-based company. You can order through this link.
If you prefer to stop by a brick and mortar store, we suggest you check out Blackstone’s of Beacon Hill, 46 Charles St., which has copies of both “Boston: Irish,” and Bill’s most recent book, “Boston: Game Changers.” You can call the store at 617-227-4646. Shipping is free on orders of more than $75.
Bill’s friends at Greenhills Bakery in Adams Village, 780 Adams St., have copies of “Boston: Irish” and you can get some of the amazing baked goods they sell as well. It’s a pretty good bet that you can get Bill to sign your copy, he frequents this spectacular outpost.
And, Bill is working with Bridget Nee-Walsh, who has just opened an Irish-themed store, Babe Mannion’s Irish Shoppe, at 786 Adams St. It is Nee-Walsh’s second Irish-themed store, joining her Southie’s Own on West Broadway in South Boston. Bill will swing by and sign or personalize a copy of his books on request. For more on Nee-Walsh’s store, see this Dorchester Reporter story.