B&N | Textbook BuybackSorry, flash is not available. Download episode mp3 Check out show archive. This article shares tips from the newest episode of Dealista , our podcast that'll help you get more for less. A few weeks ago, Sasha wrote a great article about where to find books for less. Here are 17 more places to buy, sell, or trade books. PaperBack Swap lets you trade your books with others online.
I Planted My Self-Published Book on Barnes & Noble's Shelves... And People Bought It
You can also sell to powells. We did much the same thing trying lots of sites in the early days Which would also be kind of awesome, in its own way. I snapped another photo of the book on the shelf.Funtomental UTC. Be sure to include the ISBN of the book. List of bookstore chains including local entities. Views Read Edit View history.
University Of Chicago Press: p. Sure, you still have the magazine section and small front display of current bestsellers! Good luck. BookMooch also uses a trade-for-points system.
Humanizing the big-box bookshop
Becoming an award-winning independently published author took a lot more work than I had ever imagined. I'm no marketing mastermind. Some of it was pure luck in the beginning, but now I know the ropes. As writers we know how to tell a story and make people feel things with words, but for some writers, going out into the field and working with people can be scary. Luckily for me, I am not one of those writers.
You can't sell or trade there, but there's some really awesome rare books. Vendor Code of Conduct. The success of chains rests on their ability to credibly convey this kind of symbolism. They also began to publish their own books to be sold to mail-order customers.
Retrieved January 29. Net income! Fortune Magazine. We receive a lot of copy that does not reference a specific ISBN, and this copy cannot be processed.Just did not make good business sense for our business model to continue on that platform. I snapped another photo of the book on the shelf. Of course, c. Publishers Weekly?
Retrieved August 22, I've always used www. It is really a cool comparison site and very easy to handle. Best of luck.