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Everett Miller
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There was probably a time when your home was brimming with bookshelves, stuffed to the gills with novels you have already read or yet plan to read. These days, a single Kindle can clear out all that clutter, putting virtually every book you could want to read in the palm of your hands.




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The website is easy to use and well-organized. You can find both new and used books there, as well as various pieces of software, CDs, and DVDs. To help you choose wisely, under "Staff Picks" you can find various recommendations to help you decide which books to read next, including some picks of the month, and bucket list books. Powell's also provides a way for you to sell your own books online and in-store.


Powell's is especially notable for regularly offering unique editions of books signed by authors. However, be sure to keep an eye on shipping costs. They are more expensive than some of their competitors.


The company's return policy is also surprisingly strict; you cannot get a refund on orders for books in quantities of 10 or more (of the same title), nor on opened games, DVDs, or books that come with electronic media.


Books-A-Million (BAM) started life way back in 1917 in Alabama. It is now the second-largest book retailer in the United States and is one of the best places to buy books. It has physical stores, and in recent years, has also become an online bookseller.


This online bookstore operates only through third-party booksellers. That means that when you buy a book from Alibris, you're buying it from an independent bookstore. This makes the platform perfect for those who are looking for used, rare, or collectible titles such as first editions, antiquarian titles, and signed copies.


Peachpit is a Pearson brand that specializes in selling books, ebooks, and other educational materials to those in creative professions. You'll find a wide range of photography-related titles, everything you need to get started with Adobe Photoshop, academic resources for web design and development, and video-making guides.


This bookstore doesn't just focus on printed books but offers online courses and digital materials for on-the-go learners. The website even hosts a blog where you can find the community members' insights about using software and gadgets and embracing a digital lifestyle.


If you are looking for a bookseller that is not Amazon, Barnes & Noble is a solid bet. Barnes & Noble is one of the largest online book retailers, with more than five million titles to choose from and hundreds of physical bookstores. It's also one of the best online bookstores that isn't Amazon.


You should check out Barnes and Noble if you're looking to buy a lot of items at once without overpaying for shipping; it's free once you meet the minimum order threshold of $35. And if you're not satisfied you have 14 days to return your books.


The website also offers book rentals at an even lower cost, as well as buybacks. The two features simultaneously allow you to save money and for the company to grow its inventory of rentable books for other users.


BetterWorldBooks isn't just a bookstore, but also a charity with a mission to change the world by improving literacy worldwide. Aside from buying and selling books, the company accepts book donations so it can either reuse them in global literacy initiatives or recycle them.


There's plenty of choice in both new and used book categories, searchable by genre. You'll find many of the best new books to read as well as the classics. The company also offers free shipping and a flexible return policy (though keep in mind that refunds might take up to 60 days to clear into your account).


Indeed, the company is the world's largest independent bookseller. Every used book in the site's inventory is hand-graded so you'll have a precise understanding of the quality of the book before you hit the buy button.


The selection of books on ThirftBooks is impressive. In part, that's down to the large number of users who donate books. However, it is mostly due to the company's relationship with libraries. They send lots of ex-library books to ThirftBooks which it then passes onto the consumer at rock bottom prices.


Bookshop.org is trying to take on Amazon by supporting local and independent booksellers. It offers several tools to this end, including a map of local stores that let you direct 100 percent of the profit to a particular outlet, as well as an affiliate program that gives 10 percent of profit to participation shops. And better yet, 75 percent of all profit goes to stores, publications, and authors in the wider book community.


Our final recommendation for where to buy books besides Amazon is Biblio. It specializes in used, rare, and out-of-print books from independent booksellers, meaning the titles you will find on Biblio are very unlikely to pop up on Amazon's bookstore.


Although all of the online bookstores mentioned above have their advantages, Amazon is still one of the best-known names in the industry. Its website is extremely user-friendly, it ships internationally, it has an extensive selection of books of all types, and it makes it easy to find a particular book in no time.


At the same time, more and more people are trying to avoid using Amazon, switching to using smaller, potentially more ethical, companies. We're not going to tell you which approach is the right one; just make sure you find an online bookstore that meets your needs.


You may notice that your Amazon sales may not match exactly your final sales in royalty reports from Kindle Direct Publishing or your publisher. This is because some orders that customers place do not fully complete, whether due to payment issues, cancellation, or other special circumstances. As such, if you see a discrepancy between your orders and your royalty reports, you should consider the information provided by your publisher or KDP as the official record of your total books sold.


The Author Pro Marketing Events feature lets you track the promotional efforts you or your publisher take on behalf of your books. You can monitor any type of Marketing Events you choose: in-person appearances, ad campaigns, price changes, or other efforts.


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Michael Kozlowski Editor-In-Chief michael@goodereader.com + posts Michael Kozlowski has written about audiobooks and e-readers for the past twelve years. Newspapers and websites such as the CBC, CNET, Engadget, Huffington Post and the New York Times have picked up his articles. He Lives in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.


Got some empty space on your bookshelf to fill? Already cooked your way through last year's best cookbooks? Have a look at the freshly released 2013 James Beard Book Award nominees in our Amazon store. Whether your purchase is destined for your kitchen counter or your coffee table, a portion of the sale will be donated to JBF.


Nothing lasts forever, but in theory, yes. When you purchase a Kindle book, it gets added to your library, where it will stay indefinitely. You can download it onto multiple devices, and if you lose your current device, your books will still be stored on the cloud.


First, he changed the way many of us buy books. Now, he's trying to change the way we read. Today, Amazon.com CEO Jeff Bezos unveiled a new electronic reading device, it's called the Kindle. It's smaller, thinner and lighter than a hard covered book and weighs in at about 10 ounces. It will lighten your wallet, too, to the tune of $399. But the Kindle can hold up to 200 books, download new books wirelessly and even highlight your favorite passages.


Mr. JEFF BEZOS (CEO, Amazon.com): If you think about the physical book, it's such a highly evolved object. And we knew that if we were going to build something that could be an improvement in certain dimensions on the book, we would have to do some new things. We were never going to out-book the book. So we started with the key feature that books have, which is that they disappear so you can enter the author's world, where you - the ink, the paper, the glue, those things disappear, and you're left with the author's words and stories and ideas, and you really get immersed in that.


Mr. BEZOS: Well, you're absolutely right. There's a long history of failed reading devices. And, in fact, I have - I've looked at the museum of reading devices and sort of studied that. The technology just changed a lot and -number one, so that we have this new kind of display. That's a big factor. The second thing is, that this is the only reader to ever seamlessly incorporate wireless. Third, the store is right on the device, which also increases simplicity and convenience. That's never been tried before. And then also, the price points have to be right. So, you know, those New York Times best-sellers and new releases are only $9.99. And these are books that in print, in physical form, the list price might be 25, 30 or even $35. 041b061a72


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