Fine Print Bookshop, which opened in September at 109 E. Michigan Ave. in downtown Saline, Mich., "is being brought lovingly to life by the husband and wife team of Lindsay and William Gibson," the Sun Times News reported.
"We want to provide a store that is inclusive and covers as wide a range of books as possible. We want a bookstore that feels like the community's bookstore," Bill Gibson said.
The bookshop's interior bookstore features floor-to-ceiling windows on its north and south side, with a lounge area near the entrance. "It is a work in progress as the Gibsons add bookshelf after bookshelf to their space," the Sun Times News wrote, adding that the "selection is a well-balanced mix that goes all the way from early readers through young adult and avant garde content. While there are plenty of classic works to choose from, the emphasis is decidedly on contemporary literature from across just about every subject you can think of."
When asked what the most surprising thing was about making a new bookstore, Lindsay Gibson said it was "just how happy people have been to have a bookstore, to come in here and see what it looks like. That is the most surprising and validating thing that has happened so far."