By Michael Schaub
In a shift, American readers have become more interested in books about mental health than about diet and exercise, according to data released by bookstore chain Barnes & Noble.
The data, collected around the New Year’s season, seems to indicate that readers’ annual resolutions are focusing less on losing weight and getting in shape, and more on reducing stress and increasing self-esteem.
Liz Harwell, the bookstore’s senior director of merchandising for trade books, said this year’s trend was a Read More
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