Nataka Readers' Resources: Much Mutter About Nothing, Exchanging Books Gathering Dust and Giving

Updated: Feb 21

We all do it. We are inspired by a book on a shelf or online, sometimes a suggestion from a friend makes us buy a book. Some months later, having bypassed the very same book that we were keen to read, preferring others we have bought more recently, or even older ones in the library, some books remain unread.


We know if we will get to that book, during the holidays or at some other designated time. We know also, if that book will not be read in the next year. In that case, exchange it for something more immediate, a book you saw recently and want to read. The difference in price can be factored in with postage for example. The higher priced book could forgo postage costs paid by the counterparty in the exchange.







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