Imagineering fans have some dates to put in the diary - the legend Marty Sklar will be appearing at Walt Disney World
First off: who goes to Disney World to write a novel? Second: It's tiny and the smoothie-maker is loud. Thirdly: a couple coffee tables and a book rack does not make it a bookstore or a writing center.
It's saving grace: it is so out-of-the-way that it's never busy. And always very clean.
Disney needs a Borders so badly.
Ostensibly for the writers among us (after all, movies start out as stories and screenplays) this shop sells writing paper, pens, books, movies and cds. It's a rather small place, and there's not a very wide selection. Frankly, this writer found it a little disappointing. But the coffee and pastries make this a nice place to sit and plan your next blockbuster.
A GOOD PLACE TO FIND MOVIES, BOOKS AND DISNEY CD'S.ALSO HAS COFFEE AND PASTRIES FOT THE PARENTS WHILE THE KIDS LOOK FOR MOVIES AND CD'S.
This small shop next to the Sci-Fi drive in is a great spot for those looking for Disney themed books, videos, or music especially for kids who want to watch Disney movies or listen to some of the CDs available. The mini coffe shop should keep adults happy as well