Friday, June 22, 2007

Save Money on Books has an article on how to get your "word fix for free" or almost free: 12 Ways to Save Money on Books. Some are so obvious that it seems silly that there were even listed. For example: go to library (an idea that I heartly endorse)...share with used books. But the author also lists some online book trading and rental sites (ala Netflix) that I thought you might want to check out. Anyway, here's the article:
Reading books can quickly become an expensive pastime, but it doesn't have to be that way. There are many ways that you can greatly decrease the cost of reading -- sometimes to literally nothing -- without compromising the breadth of literature available. Here are five ways to get your fix for the written word for free.
And by the way, don't forget you can purchase books very inexpensively at The San Leandro Friends of the Library Bookstore as well as at their biannual booksales in October and April. Additionally, when your bookshelves start to overflow, you can donate books to the Friends throughout the year.

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