1). Lucrative Market in Selling Used Books By : Ken Snow
The poplar bookstores realized that there was a lucrative market in selling used books as well and soon enough the independent operator who were also booklovers themselves were shoved aside in the race to make money.
2). Tempering the Cost of College Books By : Joe Bella
One of the most demanding investments we make in our college years is in college books. When I was in school, both in undergraduate and graduate school, though I was an English Lit major, my books were from 100 to 500 dollars a semester.
3). Tips on Getting People to Read - Again By : Daegan Smith
With TV, music, video games, and the Internet, it is no wonder why less and less people find time to read. More often than not, reading comes as a chore and the pleasures people once took in sitting down with a good book or article have all but been lost on most.
4). How to Write and Publish a Book By : Dave Poon
To publish a book is to become immortal. Why? Because your name and most importantly, your ideas will live on even when you are no longer physically here on earth.