Mon: 10 AM-3 PM Tues-Wed: 10 AM-6 PM Thurs: 10 AM-8 PM Fri: 10 AM-6 PM Sat: 10 AM-4 PM Sun: 1 PM-4 PM
Our mission is to build a community around reading and a love of books. We strive to promote literacy at all ages. We want to raise our children in a well-read world and we want to help with one book at a time.
We've called Washtenaw County home for nearly 10 years and Saline for the last two years. Of those nearly 10 years, we've been married for six years. We met while both working at Red Robin on Carpenter Road. We are currently looking to grow our family through adoption. But instead of reading about us, why not come into the shop and get to know us in person?!
Lindsay attended Grand Valley State University before obtaining a BS in Health Administration from Eastern Michigan University. She has a diverse work experience. She was the driving force behind opening Fine Print Bookshop.
Except for her time in the Grand Rapids area, Lindsay has lived her entire life in Washtenaw County. Before moving to Saline in 2019, she lived in Ypsilanti with her husband, Bill, and their pets. Her love of community fits naturally with running the local bookshop.
Lindsay is an enthusiastic DIYer, ranging from crocheting to gardening to woodworking. She'd never say she loves running, but she does it. Having seen Dave Matthews Band an uncountable number of times in Michigan, her bucket list includes seeing them play at Red Rocks Amphitheater in Colorado.
Bill has a BS in Biology from Eastern Michigan University. His work experience is broad, ranging from retail to restaurants to vet clinics. It was a desire to take ownership over his career and his love of reading which lead him to opening a bookshop.
Bill moved to Washtenaw county in 2001 to attend EMU and has lived here for the majority of the time since. He grew to love the area, especially Ypsilanti. He moved to Saline in 2019 with his wife, Lindsay, their 2 dogs, Harley and Bentely, and their cat, Eevee. He fell in love with Saline: downtown, the library, TWO local breweries.
When Bill isn't at the shop, he enjoys working in another type of shop: his woodshop. A novice, but avid, woodworker, he loves creating something from a pile of raw material. This is true in the kitchen as well as the woodshop. He also backpacks three seasons out of the year. One day, he'd love to buy another motorcycle and ride it all along the Michigan coast before riding across the country.