Bookplanet: books invade supermarkets
Yep, there's a sale on fresh books in aisle 8.
"The literary center of Sterling, a northern Virginia suburb has all the trappings of a modern bookstore: an espresso machine, comfortable leather chairs and occasional book-signing visits from best-selling authors like Mary Higgins Clark and Carol Higgins Clark. Not to mention fresh vegetables and frozen foods. Supermarkets, long the domain of paperback romances, pulp thrillers and astrology guides, are the new frontier of book selling. Chains like Wegmans, Kroger and Albertsons have greatly expanded their book sections, adapting the techniques that move large amounts of Velveeta and Count Chocula and applying them to Nora Roberts and John Grisham." Read on.
Hey, the more places sell books, the better. They should sell books in restaurants and bars.