When I visit my local Barnes & Noble, I always find the one Simplified Manual they have in stock, pull it off the shelf, and browse through it. It's like visiting an old friend even though I'm an Anniversary writer.
For the longest time, the book was located in "reference," but it got moved to "business writing" recently. I had to look it up in the store computer and find it.
I figure by visiting the book and looking for it via their computer (I've done that many times), I help to keep shorthand books (or BOOK, in this case) on the shelf and in the public eye.
Does anyone else do that? And do you think it will help keep shorthand books on the shelf when shelf space is so valuable?