However, in the long term if you’re an avid book reader it still saves you money, and space! Think of the bookshelves lined with books that you may or may not read ever again. Many people easily have $300 worth of books sitting in their den or stuffed under their bed in piles!
Take $300 divided by the $20 new release hard back and that equals just 15 books! If you have just 15 books you purchased when they were a new release that’s equal to investing in a Kindle 2 at http://www.getkindle2.com . I think it’s safe to say that most people have more than 15 books somewhere in their home.
Personally, on our main bookshelf right now we have approximately 80 books. That’s not counting the two boxes of books that are under the bed, or the kid’s bookshelves in their rooms! We’re currently in the process of cleaning off the main bookshelf, replacing the books with Kindle versions, and donating the hardbacks to the local library. I have to admit I’m looking forward to the extra space in the house!
For more information about Amazon's Kindle and to purchase your own and start saving money on new release books please visit http://www.getkindle2.com
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Amazon Kindle 2 book buying tips and advice. Use Amazon's Kindle to save money on book buying, and add physical space to your home office by eliminating the need for bookshelves.