Where could I sell my books in Chapel Hill? [more inside]
Where to sell about 10 medical books (1909-1940) that are in good/very good condition? [more inside]
Should i sell my books or keep them? We're moving to a smaller house. I own way too many books. Most are expensive and i won't be able to afford to replace them in any near future. I have loads of slipped discs and lifting loads of small boxes of books will be agony. I own hundreds of v.specialist books i might need IF i get a job needing a particular language, or onto a masters in that area of psychology. They're big, they're expensive (normally - i picked up cheap ones along the way for possible future use). I live in a remote rural area with no nearby shop, so they have to sell on Amazon in the next 4 weeks or go to charity shops, probably get pulped. I would use most of them eventually. There are also my massive language dictionaries: there are online dictionaries, but often i can't afford the internet, but i don't know if i will need ever them or not, depends what job i get (have had jobs abroad). Really, it's a philosophy of life question: gather no moss, be a free spirit? Or plan ahead, be cautious? Which works best and why? Anyone with experience who can say you won't need those books/you'll really regret it? [more inside]
What is the best thing to do with a box or two of old books? They're mostly paperback and mostly genre fiction (SciFi, Horror, Fantasy). The less work for me the better with the provision that I'd like the books to be read again if possible. [more inside]
What's the best way to sell used psychology textbooks online? [more inside]
What do they call the feature on amazon.com when they say, "People who bought this book also bought...these other books"?
What do they call the feature on amazon.com when they say, "People who bought this book also bought...these other books"? [more inside]
Where can I most effectively sell a huge quantity of baseball books? I'm moving, and I have to get rid of several hundred [more inside]