by Meghan Hall
Are you interested in metaphysical and mystical books, but your bookstore has little to no selection? The Next Millennium, a family-owned bookstore in Omaha, Nebraska, has everything you need.
Don’t live near Omaha? Never fear!
This one-of-a-kind business has an online shop, Magicalomaha, where you can purchase all their items found in-store. In addition, they offer classes on crystals, Reiki, Wicca, herbs, astrology, past life regression and many other interesting topics.
Next Millennium is one of the most unique bookstores I’ve come across. If you’re like me, and “new age” stuff isn’t really your cup of tea, I’d say check this independent store out and you will be surprised to see it has something for everyone.
The shop carries a diverse line of metaphysical items other than books including aromatherapy products, over 250 bulk herbs, incense, tapestries, T-shirts, natural bath and body items, over 200 music titles, jewelry, and much more!
One of the greatest aspects of this store is the willingness of the employees to help their customers find exactly what they are looking for. If there is something you are looking for and do not see it in-store or in the catalog, Next Millennium will do their best to get it for you. They claim to love special requests, so make use of their knowledgeable and hardworking employees!
So, what are you waiting for? If you’re looking for a unique bookstore experience and great customer service, visit the Next Millennium or Magicalomaha.
While you’re there, don’t forget to sign up for their newsletter and e-mail list to get special offers, free recipes, updates on their catalog, and other great information! Or, if texting is more your thing, Next Millennium now has a “text list” where you can receive specials and exclusive promotions sent right to your phone!
Images courtesy of Next Millennium
Meghan Hall, an East Carolina University graduate, is currently a Junior Editor Intern at Author’s Boutique. She is looking forward to getting one step closer to her dream of becoming an editor by entering a Master’s program next fall.