As you all may have figured out, I check out many many many books from the library. This past month I was looking at all I had checked out and realized that the majority of them were nonfiction books. Actually, 10 out of my 12 books checked out at the time were nonfiction.
I wanted to show you guys what they all were. Check out my video below!
Title – Through The Glass (Website, Goodreads, Amazon)
Author – Shannon Moroney (Website, Goodreads)
Published – October 11th 2011
Genre – Memoir
Summary – Newly married Shannon Moroney opens the door to two police officers with news that her husband has been arrested for committing an awful crime of violence and rape. This memoir is about the aftermath of these crimes…of stress, anger, sadness, rehabilitation and struggle.
There is a lot of things I love doing. The obvious one is curling up with a good book. Another thing I LOOOOVE is finding a good deal.
Don’t get me wrong, I am not afraid to pay the price for a quality item. But if I don’t have to pay full price, I won’t… Am I right?
If you read my book reviews often you can probably see that I get most of my books from the library. I worked at the public library during high school and I could never get enough. However, 28 days later, I have to give back the borrowed book. Sometimes I don’t want to do that.
I wanted to share with you all how I NEVER PAY FULL PRICE FOR ANY BOOK.
Here is how!
- Head over to Raise.com. Raise is a marketplace of gift cards (by real sellers) for a discounted price.
- Simply search for the retailer you’d like to purchase the book at.
- Purchase the gift card at the discounted price from Raise.com. (eGifts are delivered via email almost instantly and physical gift cards are delivered via USPS 3- 14 business days.)
- Then use that gift card to purchase your books.
It is that simple!
Here are a few sites that I like to purchase books at:
By purchasing the gift card at a discounted price, you are already saving money with your overall purchase. It is a win-win.
Where else do you purchase books at? What are some other ways you save money when purchasing books?