I'm a great fan of second-hand bookshops and charity shops, as well as independent book shops in the nearest town. eBay has great bargains too!
What I like about it is that feeling of maybe, just maybe, today will be the day when I find that special book that will fill my days & nights with wonder!
I usually buy my paperbacks and hardcovers online at either Amazon or The Book Depository. I like it because it's quick and easy.
I usually buy my print books at Amazon, Books-a-Million, and Barnes & Noble, because I like their discounts.
I really like the Book People because they're crazy prices on collections AND the books arrive in pristine collection (unlike Amazon of late, sadly!).
For new releases and books I can't find anywhere else I'll buy them from Amazon. My favorite place to buy print books is my local used book store. It's packed with books and even if I don't find what I'm looking for,I still grab some good books and discover new authors.
"Where do you usually buy your paperbacks and hardcovers and what do you like so much about it?" I like the convenience of Amazon, but I wish the books would arrive in better condition.
I buy a lot of mine online and from 2nd hand book stores.
My Mum reads a lot and is always buying books. She gets them from shops (she doesn't have a computer). I hate shopping so tend to browse online. If she can't find a book she particularly wants, I get it for her online.
I quite often buy mine in the supermarket, but I love going to a second hand book shop as I can find books I wouldn't get anywhere else.
I use amazon for their low prices, and the library is a great source if you don't have a lot of disposable cash xx
I'm usually buying them from the book depository or better world books(2nd hand)
I usually buy paperbacks because they are less expensive. But I also love hardcovers and buy them when they are special editions.
I'm sometimes picky about books that I adore and would want to collect it in hardcover so I buy those from my local bookstore, and they're a little pricey. I also love worn books from my local bargain bookshop. Cheap + good read = value for money. Lastly, I get my hard to find international books from Book Depository :D Free shipping! Hurrah!
I always buy from Book Depository if it's just one book, bc of the zero shipping costs; if I buy a bunch, it's either BD or Amazon, depends on availability and prices!(Reese on the widget)
I almost always buy my books from Amazon. Its got a great selection and is usually the cheapest, plus I can also buy second hand books from the Amazon Marketplace. Rafflecopter entries are in my real name NIKKI HAYES, thanks for another lovely giveaway :o)
I usually buy at BookDepository because they have good prices, awesome quality and many titles to choose from. I simply love it.
I buy them at Chapters or Amazon. Physical books feel extra special. I love the paper smell, the beautiful covers and how great they look on my shelf.
Mainly amazon uk and Waterstones as I love a signed copy from my favourite authors.
Usually Amazon because delivery is so fast!
I buy my paperbacks from Amazon. I like to buy paperbacks of books that I really like. Plus, my teen prefers to read actual books.
I have a favourite old bookstore that I like to support.
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I usually buy my books at Amazon, I like the convenience.
I usually purchase 80% of my books in paperback and the other 20% in hardback. no e-books. We have an independent bookstore near us and i buy 90% of my books purchases there. the rest i usually buy from online from different places
en amazon y me encantan sus portadas y el precio
I buy my books from Amazon. I like the convenience of ordering and having them delivered. I live in a small town and we don't have a book store.
Amazon is my go to book store.
Amazon is my go to book store, because it is so convenient.
Amazon, Book Depository and my local bookstores,also macedonian publisher sites :)
Amazon is my book store, because it's convenient and I'm a prime member, plus they usually have great deals and I like to wait for a sale. ^_^
I go to thrift stores. I like not knowing what you're going to find!
Amazon & Book Depository are my online to go stores!
I usually buy my books from Amazon or The Book People although i do treat myself to a book at Waterstones when i am in town as i love to actually browse the bookshelves and enjoy the 'smell' of books!
Amazon. Because I live outside the US, and can't find all the (indie) books I read at a local (online) bookstore. It has great shipping time and all the books I want.
I usually buy them at book sales at my local library or local stores
Amazon. I like the prices :)
Amazon if I want something specific because it's cheap but love to rummage around charity shops and car boots
Either on Amazon, at charities or at the local book barn which is awesome!
Usually at chapters or old bookstores
Amazon, Barnes and Noble, or Half Price Books.
The Book Depository, because they ship free to Hungary, meanwhile Amazon can be quite costly. :)
I usually go to my local library and take books out. If I really really love a book I will buy a hardcopy if I see one of the book I really liked.
I'd like to buy them in bookshops as its nicer to browse but they are mostly bought on Amazon as its cheaper!
I buy my books either thru Amazon or at Target, whichever is cheaper, lol I can't afford too high priced books so that's what I look for is the cheapest cost.
Waterstones, I like to look at the books and my local one has a coffee shop too so can have a drink
I find my hardcovers and paperbacks at Half Price Books in the clearance section. And sometimes on the regular bookshelves too.
mostly second hand shop i love the fact i don't know what i will find, but since life is hard most are won and thus come from bookdepository ( i love how they are attentive to the customer and react quickly if there is any trouble)
I usually buy paperbacks and/or hardcovers on amazon or at a used book sale; amazon makes it convenient and a used book sale you get them for a great bargain!
Bookshops and Amazon. Amazon only a click away but take along time to arrive.
I tend to use the Book People because I can get more for my money. Bookshops are expensive when you read a lot.
I'm from Europe and almost everytime I have to pay for huge shipping prices. I'm buying book mostly on-line: Amazon (but the shipping is killing me), The Book Depository and Awesome Books (they also have 2 hand books).
Barnes and Noble because it's close to me and I love the feeling of new books in my hands.
Book Depository because of there range of books and the bookmark you recieve in delivery. Otherwise I buy books from local bookstores.
My son and I love books we have a read every evening and I buy them from eBay or charity because great value and support :)
Amazon because I have Prime and it is always so quick!
I'm an Amazon girl! It's just easier.
I buy my books in a local store nearby to make it easier if I'm dying to read the books so much, I just got the physical copy.:)
I normally buy my books at thrift stores, goodwills, and library book sales. It's a great deal! If I must have a book that I can't get at the library than I will do amazon.
I buy a lot from Amazon!!
I enjoy the convenience of it!
Book Depository! Free international shipping!
I tend to buy my books from Amazon
I go to ebates and then click to indigo so that not only do I get cheaper shipping but I also get a rebate ...indigo is free shipping when you buy $25 worth and they also often have codes
I win a lot from GoodReads (& I love that they are free!) or buy them from charity shops (because they are cheap).
I buy them from second hand stores, or borrow them from friends a lot.
I get mine from abe books, I like it because to prices are usually lower than the better known online shops.jen dot barnard at btinternet dot com
I love to hunt for my books in charity shops or second hand bookshops
I like to buy paperbacks at book sales or second hand stores.
bookshops and online
I buy mine from asda or Tescos and I love a good paperback
I buy mostly at charity shops, then take them back when I've read them
I mostly use Amazon. They're quick & easy.
I buy them in supermarkets - I love the feeling of paper books in my hands!
Amazon! I'm a Prime member so I have them very quickly x x x
bookstore-national bookstore, theyre always updated, and its near my place
I love my local bookshops (though one just closed, sadly)...they're quick with special orders, have a really good selection, and I like supporting local businesses!--Trix
Amazon or maybe my local bookstore. I love the 'feel' of them, the smell. It's the best!