Great Resource for Book Junkies

CurlyChrisInTheSticksCurlyChrisInTheSticks Posts: 40Registered Users
I'm a voracious reader, and found this cool website. I've been using it about a year, with no problems.

www.paperbackswap.com

You list your books you've read, and when someone wants one of your books, you mail it to them (your cost) and receive a credit. You can then order books from others and they mail to you (their cost).

It's very organized, you can create wish lists for popular books (first come, first served when one is listed) make yourself a reminder list, and so on. I keep the reminder list for all the books I can get at my local library.

Any way, I've had over 60 successful transactions and can't recommend it enough. When you figure the cost of books, I can get a $14 book for the cost of shipping media mail. Can't beat that.

Chris
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  • papayahedpapayahed Posts: 1,282Registered Users
    i've been using the site for about a year now, the only problem is that some of the newer stuff isn't on there yet but other then that I really like the site.
  • SuburbanbushbabeSuburbanbushbabe Posts: 15,402Registered Users Curl Neophyte
    I also buy books and sell mine on half.com
    Prices are pretty low.
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