That being said, I'm not totally sold on the place, and I could use some improvements to become a stronger and more viable bookstore. I thought it could have been organized better, as the lay out didn't make that much sense or seem that logical. Some people liked that aspect, that it was like stumbling into something different around every corner. Not me though.
Also, the way they laid out the fiction was a little strange, between "classic" and "contemporary." I think that's a risky strategy, because those definitions can be fairly hazy. I think having one, all-encompassing fiction section, would be best. Also, though I know they can't really help this, maybe try and get more philosophy texts. That one section has been picked pretty clean every time I've gone in.
Though, as I said, it's pretty good for Winston-Salem, I think it could be a lot better. Maybe it's because there isn't as big a demand for these types of places in Winston-Salem, but I was expecting a little more.