Any recommendations for places (online or in person) to sell your read books to?Any recommendations for places (online or in person) to sell your read books to? Kara #recommend #e-book
Half Price Books if you have one nearby
Not sure If I do..will have to research it. Thank you
I agree! Half Priced Books!
We have a 2nd and Charles. It is related to Books a million. I was not pleased with my payout the one time I took my stuff there. I usually pass my books on to friends or put them in the Little Free Library.
We have a 2nd and Charles too, I was thinking of taking some stuff there but does not sound like a good idea now.
NOT book-a-million. They buy used books but give you pennies for them. Not worth it at all.
I’ve never had much luck selling any. I’ve been passing mine on to friends and family, my local assisted seniors living in my neighborhood.
Start a book swap at a local cafe! Just need a small bookcase
http://paperbackswap.com/ is where all my books for ones I want to read.
I post read books and get a credit to redeem for another book.
I need to look into this I give away so many and still need more books
Half Price Books
Book Worm Club
I pass them along in my Little Free Library in front of my home. Take a book, leave a book!
I do this too!
@Sherri what is your charter number? We are 34415
@Robin I don’t have one per se but I do frequent others In Concord, NC ?
Same here, love sharing the books. My number is 33534.
Half Priced Books. I usually wait until I have a box or two filled then I get a decent price. Of course I have more hard covers then paperbacks so I get more for them.
I donate to our county library, which has an extensive outreach program for homebound readers, jails )in-house libraries and book discussion groups, literacy building), shelters and transitional housing. We get tax deduction slip. What the outreach programs can’t use (they do have parameters), we donate to the Friends of the Library used book sales. Many of my books come from there in the first place, so it’s the ultimate recycling. 🙂
Nursing home donations are a great idea too! Not all of them have dementia.
When my Mom was in assisted living, I’d give her books to read and when she finished, I’d donate them to their library.
I didn’t know that!!
I’ve had pretty good luck with Amazon over the years. I also trade books on http://paperbackswap.com/ where I get a credit for every book I send. The seller pays the postage, and they’ve instituted a 49 cent fee for every trade.
@Deb yes! we have a group but also the buy/trade/sell page for members
McKays Books..Nashville, Chattanooga or Knoxville.