Paperback Swap Book Online Book Exchange | Money Saving Tip
Special thanks to my online buddy Samantha Studebaker-Carl for sharing this tip with me, Paperbackswap.com for getting books at bargain prices.
When I heard about Paperbackswap.com book online book exchange I jumped right in.
The concept is so easy and attractive. . .
We help avid readers Swap, Trade & Exchange Books for Free.
It's easy: List books you'd like to swap with other club members.
Once a book is requested, mail it to the club member.
In return, you may choose from 4,862,404 available books!
- Books you request are mailed to you for free.
- No late fees. No hidden charges.
To get started just find 10 old books you are willing to part with and then list them with this service in exchange for 2 credits for for books that you are interested in.
PaperbackSwap "Book Lists" allows members to create collaborative (or personal) lists of books which others can watch, comment and vote on. The two main places to look for lists are individual member profiles (for lists created by that member) and the various tabs above, on this page.
This page is accessible from the Community menu > Book Lists option. You may also choose to go directly to another tab on this page via the Community > Book Lists submenu.
List Types -- There are three types of Book Lists you can create:
Open lists are collaborative book lists. Any logged-in member can add books to an Open list, regardless of who created it.
Friends lists are collaborative book lists to which only you and your PBS friends can add books.
Closed lists are book lists to which only you can add books.
Note: There are no private lists.
All lists may be viewed by the general public.
The List Maker allows you to easily create a list of books. On this page, you'll specify a
Name, Type and Description for your list:
Getting Started With Making Your List In Paperback Swap
What Name would you like to give your list? - Make up a short title that accurately describes the books on your list. The Name will appear at the top of your finished list (see the Instructions tab on this page for an example of how a finished list will look in "minified" form). If you make the Name too long, members will have to move their mouse over the truncated Name to read all of it. Sample List Names: Best Historical Fiction, Books for a Deserted Island, Romance Novels of 2010, etc. What Type of list should this be? - There are three List Types to choose from:
Open -- All logged-in members can add books to an Open-type list.
Friends -- Only members who are on your Friends page can add books to a Friends-type list.
Closed -- Only you can add books to a Closed-type list.
Describe your Book List:
- You can supply additional information about your list in the List Description, if necessary. This information will appear on the List Details page that members can see by clicking on your List Name.
Create List button
- Click this button after typing in the above information. You'll be taken to a new page to begin adding books to your list.
- If you decide not to create this list or want to start all over, click the cancel link. All options on the page will be reset (blanked out). Your list will not be saved. If you've already saved a list and you want to get rid of it, go to its List Details page and click the "Delete List" button.
So jump right in, we've made it easy to create Book Lists!
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