Where do you buy your books?
Jennifer #get the book
Wherever i see a book for sale, doesn’t matter what store it is
Yeah that’s what I do now but I know people who make big scores on certain websites
If you want a hard to get book always try ebay first….then theres local booksellers who have rarer books
Mostly Amazon. Half Price Books or Barnes and Noble too.
I get most of my books from the library, neighborhood used bookstores, Amazon & Barnes and Noble, in that order.
thrift stores, Half Priced Books, online…
Everywhere including charity shops
Lately I’ve been using Book Outlet. But I buy from half price books, Barnes and noble, library, Offer Up, Facebook Market, and amazon.
If you haven’t use book outlet you can try it and use this code for $10 off your first order of $25.
Never tried Book Outlet… Thanks for the info
Barnes and Nobles
Thrift books amazon book outlet
Whereverbooks are sold, usually price is no object, if money is tight it’s the library.
Amazon and Half Price Books
Thrift stores, Half Priced Bookstore, and Barnes and Noble. But, only for my Nook. ?
Amazon. Or Walmart
eBay, thrift stores, Sam’s Club, Half Price Bookstore
Wal-mart or http://harlequin.com/
Amazon for my Kindle.
Kindle and http://thriftbooks.com/
Library book sales, Goodwill, used book store, Books Galore fb group, Amazon, half price books, http://thriftbooks.com/
I try used book stores as much as possible but I do get over to Barnes and Noble way too often
Thrift stores, garage sales, and libraries in person. Thriftbooks and amazon online. I will shop regular bookstores but only for clearance items, I’m on a budget.
Small family owned book store. It is a used bookstore, but they have new books and they will order you anything you want.
Second hand book shops/charity shops and occasionally new from Waterstones if I feel like spoiling myself.
Barnes and Noble, http://thriftbooks.com/, target, Amazon
Well basically where ever I can get them. Off line, on line. I read a lot of non main stream books so I have trouble finding most.
Mostly from the grocery store, and also eBay.
http://betterworldbooks.org/ or Barnes & Noble if I can’t wait for a particular one to be shipped. Also, I purchase a few on Google Books so I have something to read on my phone if I happen to forget a book when leaving home.
The old-fashioned way, in “real” bookstores but only if they are on sale.
Half Price Books,Target,Meijer,Wal-Mart,Barnes & Noble and Amazon sometimes
Amazon, Barnes and Noble, University Bookstore.
Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and, if they have good prices, GoRead
Thrift stores, eBay, http://bookoutlet.com/, BAM
Amazon, other websites, sometimes Target..rarely Barnes and Noble because they never have what I’m looking for
Kindle (Amazon) and Book of the Month Club
Independent bookstores, Amazon, Target, the library, wherever I see books for sale in good condition at a good price.
Kindle or book depository
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Goodwill has greatly discounted books.
Anywhere I can
Charity shops and Tesco
Bookstores or thirftbooks
Better World Books on line !!!
Amazon, a local used bookstore here called A Book Barn, and a local regular small business bookstore that is amazing called Branches Books & Gifts. Very rarely B&N. I also love to go to any local small business bookstores just for fun when I go out of town.
Amazon of Barnes and noble
Amazon thrift store
Amazon, Library, B&N, Small & used book stores… In that order.
Thrift stores http://thriftbooks.com/ Library’s to get rid of rack Yard sales
Book stores… the library… catalogs
Amazon online and Barnes and Nobles physical store.
Lately mostly Amazon and the half price bookstore.
Amazon. I love new crisp never opened books?
Anywhere I can find them.
Sometimes Amazon or Books-a-Million, mostly thrift books
ebay, Thrift Books, Amazon, Goodwill and Book Outlet.
I love the semi-annual used book sales at the library, I also love thrift stores. A dollar or less for a book!!! If it is a book that I LOVE, I will buy it New from Amazon or B&N.
I don’t buy books for myself—I check out books from the public library. I teach 2nd grade—I get all my classroom books from Scholastic.
Amazon, mostly. They have fantastic prices on used books. Sometimes the Barnes & Noble down the street.
Amazon or books a million
Mainly i get mine from Ollies Bargain Outlet Store.
used books stores, goodwill, thrift stores, any book sales. I rarely pay full price for books.
Local bookstores to support local businesses; Amazon if the bookstores don’t have it or if its out of print.
Barnes and noble target Walmart etc
I really wish we had a bookstore here. I miss that. For anyone that lives in western Washington are there any good ones?
Walmart and Thrift stores
Barnes & Noble or Amazon
Have to say Amazon, it’s just to convenient
Anywhere they sell what I am whimsical to read at the moment.
the local cancer research shop.
local used books store. chapters if there new releases and kobo for ebooks
Goodwill. Amazon if I want a certain book.
Amazon mostly. When I go into a books store I try to buy a book.
Half Price books. It’s a bookstore, and sometimes they’ll fill big cardboard boxes with books for really cheap. Like they can have anywhere from 30 up to 60 books in them for $10-$12 per box, and they sell by genre. The boxes are where I got most of my books, and they always turn out to have exactly what I need for my series. ❤️
Amazon or thrift store
amazon or grocery/drug stores, occasionally a bookstore
Amazon, or here in Michigan they have a awesome store called 2nd and Charles
Amazon. Always cheaper.
Facebook. Books Galore site. I buy and sell
ebay and the Humane Society Thrift Store.
Thrift stores and rummage sales
Goodwill, garage sales, ebay, Barnes and Noble and Costco
Amazon and kobo website
Barnes and Noble
Amazon-Books-A-Million-Barns and Noble.
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