Make some easy cash -and declutter- by selling your used books. The shipping is free.

Times are tough; everyone is looking for easy ways to make money lately.

I learned about this from Christine Miserandino, who writes a great blog, But You Don’t Look Sick, for people who are disabled or have ‘invisible’ diseases, such as diabetes or lupus (from which she is a sufferer).  Please share her website with those you know who might enjoy and benefit from it.

Christine swears by a company she sells her books to called Cash4Books.net who may buy your books that are in good condition that you no longer need.

They buy a wide variety of books, however, most of the books they purchase have a publication date no older than five years or newer.

She explains more about how it all works, and how simple and easy it is here.  Tip – ask your neighbors, friends and family if they might donate the books they no longer need to you.  It will help them declutter also, and make room for new books.

Cash4Books also purchases textbooks that have a publication date of 2006 or newer.

By the way, Christine makes a little income for every sale to Cash4Books when someone like you is kind enough to click on the Cash4Books link from her site rather than going to Cash4Books directly.  That’s exactly what I’ll be doing, by adding the link  from her site to my Toolbar for convenience.

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About Robin Barr

I was born in New Jersey, and when I was 3, my parents moved to Southern CA where I've lived since in Covina, San Fernando Valley, Los Angeles, Laguna Niguel and now Mission Viejo. I love dogs and cats and compassionate about all living creatures. What do I do for a living? I invent problem solvers. Have you seen Cold Sores Begone™ or Canker Sores Begone™ in health food stores or online? Mine. I like using stuff that won’t kill me later so both remedies are non-toxic, safe enough for small children, and topical (I don't swallow pills easily). If you want to prevent a cold sore from materializing when you feel the early tingle symptom, apply a few drops of Cold Sores Begone™. Done. If you're plagued with those painful ulcerations inside the mouth (canker sores), apply a few drops of Canker Sores Begone™a few times a day, and it should disappear in 2-3 days. I was elated when PREVENTION and NATURAL HEALTH magazines told the world my two products work as promised. Afterall, I'm just an accidental entrepreneur. Read the circumstances of how I came to be a small business owner here, scrolling down to the paragraph header that starts with "If you're curious...". Everything above it is a repeat of this bio.
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