Save some money when you buy books!

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SAVING MONEY...ALWAYS A FUN TOPIC!

Where do you find books you want to read?

Where do you buy your books? In person, on-line?

Do you use your local library? Do you remember your local library when you have books and videos you are finished with, and don't want to keep, or give to a friend? They ALWAYS need your support, especially in this economy.

The title does say "SAVING MONEY...ALWAYS A FUN TOPIC!"

There is a great web site called BOMC2.com

Not to be confused with the more costly BOMC.com, BTW.

If you read a lot of books, of all sorts, you should do yourself a big favor and check the site out.

Almost all of their books, including almost all of the top best sellers cost only $9.95 per book. Shipping costs ... none!

You can even preorder your favorites, and they will be shipped on the release date.

They don't carry the selection of Amazon.com, of course, but I always check BOMC2.com first, before I place an order with Amazon.com.

You will save money.

Or ... you can get a Kindle (second generation). I find it useful to do a combination of all three. Some books I want to read, but don't wish to keep for posterity. Kindle!

The other type, go to BOMC2.com or Amazon.com.

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I head to the library 90% of the time for books anymore.  They have most books I need or want to read and it saves having bookshelves full of books that will eventually gather dust.

Sep 06, 2010 09:12 AM #1
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Jon, I'm a big library fan!  Some books that are not available from the library we buy through amazon.com.  But for DVDs and widely read books...we order them from our local library. Never heard of the website you mentioned. I'll have to check it out. THanks for the tip!!

 

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