Where does everyone buy their books?
Allison #get the book
Anywhere and everywhere LOL
Online, kindle or in Waterstones sometimes Tesco if they have a deal
Online, the library, used bookstore, Costco, Target, or bookstore.
Amazon, bookoutlet, thrift stores, 2nd and Charles
Amazon 🙂 occasionally bookdepository
Amazon or half priced book store
Mostly second hand stores. Anywhere cheap lol.
BookDepository and http://amazon.uk/
Amazon, book outlet, and half priced books
I get most of my physical books from Half Price Books. Occasionally I’ll go to Barnes & Noble. On my Kindle, I go through Kindle Unlimited.
Mostly my local library. They do a monthly used book sale. They sell used books for “pay what you can.” You pay whatever you can afford and nobody judges you. The proceeds go towards the library’s community programs. I have also bought used books from thrift shops. Our local humane society also has a thrift shop connected to it where 100% of the proceeds go to the animals shelter… I’ve bought from there too! Majority of my book shelf is used books! Lol.
Ugh. I wish my library did this!! They have a shelf where you can buy books for like 25¢ a piece but never any good ones. 😂😭
Awww I’m so sorry! Yes it’s awesome and the library selection is really good! They have a huge room full of shelves and book carts! I’ve bought some awesome ones! Lord of rings trilogy, A Dogs Purpose and so much more!
Amazon for some time now because I am unable to get out much. So it’s a lifesaver for me!😊
Mysterious Galaxy, any Indie place I can find to support, but also all the big popular places, online/brick and mortars, book festivals etc.
Thrift stores, http://thriftbooks.com/, http://bookoutlet.com/, olies, local bookstores..
Amazon, book fairs, secondhand bookstores.
I don’t. I visit the library at least once a week 🙂
Amazon, bookoutlet, half price books, BN
Amazon, Bookoutlet sometimes B&N and Target.
Barnes and noble 😊
http://thriftbooks.com/, Amazon or thrift stores
Amazon, World Of Books, charity shops (I go to mine once or twice a week, love them) any site that does them cheap or second hand in good condition. Also the occasional WHSmiths and Waterstones 😊
Amazon, Barnes and Noble and http://thriftbooks.com/
Amazon, Walmart, bookstores.
amazon or books a million or half price books
No ones mentioned http://betterworldbooks.com/ yet. I love them!
@Marissa where does it ship to?
I’d don’t know at least the US and canada
I’m gonna check it out! Thanks 🙂
Amazon or bookdepository but I’m looking for cheaper websites (if they exist!) even though BD has pretty fair prices!
Amazon, 2nd and Charles. Sometimes Barnes and Noble, if their prices are near the same price as amazon. And recently discovered book outlet.
Half Price Books, Book Outlet, and Amazon
My local bookstore mainly, Booksplus in Bathurst. On holidays and weekends away I hunt out the bookstores in the towns we visit and try them too. Online I very rarely but in an order with Book depository or Thriftbooks.
Amazon, Bookoulet, Ollie’s and Books a milion.
Amazon kindle, google play books, thrift books online, used book stores in my town, and i check out books from my library.
Book shopping is one of the things I do when I’m in low spirits only two places near me. Schueller’s and Barnes and nobile whatever i can’t find in store i order off amazon.
Most often Amazon and sometimes B&N
I have 4 HPB stores within 30 minutes from me
Thrift or used book store
Bookoutlet.ca but I always end up buying so many.
Thrift stores mostly, http://thriftbooks.com/, eBay and amazon
Mainly Amazon and Book Depository
http://bn.com/ Sadly there are no bookstores where I’m from 😪
@Génesis . Sad and true. We had a large Hastings book store that closed not long ago. No other book store has opened either.😩
Amazon mostly. I find some pretty good deals, but I also go to my local library and look through the books they have on sale
Amazon, Thrift http://books.com/, Barnes and Noble and there are two independent bookstores in my town
Amazon and Barnes and Noble primarily. There are also a couple indie/secondhand bookstores where I live that I’ll also frequent.
Anywhere that has books 😉😉
PDF books 😢
Barnes & noble
I buy most of my books from http://www.saxo.com/ and bookdepository
Indigo but I really want a Barnes Nobles special edition of Tower of Dawn where Sarah J. Mass gives writing tips and such.
Empik or http://bookdepository.com/
Is BD a reliable one? Been having second thoughts because of bad reviews like wrong books being shipped out, and there are times when the book cover you expected to see is not the same as the one shipped to you.
I ordered there books twice (including a preorder) and I didn’t have any problems
Book Outlet has great deals.
Amazon. I love free shipping.
Amazon. Mostly. I’ll go to powells sometimes and very rarely do barns and noble.
Amazon or bookoutlet
not specific but sometimes walmart sometimes others …i never bought books from thrifbooks or amazon because its too confusing when you search for it ….hardcover paperback ….different prices and many more
Amazon and BAM, Barnes and Noble if I have a coupon. And sometimes target has 20% off new releases.
Everywhere that sells books. Primarily: Books & Co (aka Books a Million) and Barnes and Noble.
Bookoutlet, Amazon, Half Price Books, Thriftbooks, Goodwill, St Vincent DePaul
Library sales, Katy Buget Books, Half Prices Books, and Barnes and Noble sales.
Second hand book stores, half priced books, Barnes and Noble
Amazon. Easy and better pricing than others
Amazon, but I do buy quite a bit of my paperbacks from their third party sellers that are used bookstores or reuse shops.
Barnes and noble online. With my membership my hardcovers are like 10 bucks!
I will buy a book literally anywhere I see one lol if any book is for sale I’ll probably buy it
The charity stores are my weakness 😅 I mean how can I resist when most of the books are priced at £1; if I’m looking for a particular book tho, I go to Amazon and I go to the book store for new releases
Apollo or Rahva Raamat
Lately off of bookbub. I pay anywhere from free for boxed sets to maybe $2.99.
Goodwill Bookstore and Books-a-million clearance in-store, websites (Book Outlet, Thrift Books, Abebooks) when I’m not on a book ban which has been a while.
Book Depository- free shipping basically everywhere
Amazon used books
Used books and Kindle!
Books-A-Million and Goodwill
I buy old books from the library, goodwill, Amazon
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