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- January 31, 2008 at 12:49 pm #245204MissDaisy
My friend uses half.com with good results. She sells several per week
Personally, what I do is trade them on paperbackswap:https://www.paperbackswap.com
You post books, and earn credits by posting books, as well as sending
them to people who request them. When you first sign up, if you post 9
books, you automatically get 3 credits to get you started. Most books
take 1 credit to “buy”, and the person who ships them is responsible
for paying shipping.
Now, if those 9 books are requested, you print out an addres lable, and
send it on to the person who requested it. When they receive it, they
fill out a form on the site, and you get credited one credit. So, for
your first 9 books, if all are requested, you earn 12 credits.You spend a credit for each book you request, but you earn a credit for
each book you send out.
This is a great site if you are an avid reader, and want new books to
read. If you sign up through my referral, I think I get 1 free credit
when you post your first 9 books.
I don’t know if that interests you at all, but maybe it will interest
some other members!Heather
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