Work photos of building a retaining wall our of damaged paperback books.
I’ve been pondering and concentrating upon what I used to do all day as a bookseller. That aside, there was the slight difficulty of deciding which place of employment to Continue Reading
If you’re in the used book business you shelves pretty quickly end up groaning under the sheer number of volumes you have available. But sometimes the sheer volume can become Continue Reading
“I have been invited to so many conferences on “The Death of the Book” that I suspect it is very much alive,” wrote Harvard Librarian Robert Darnton in an article Continue Reading
“Don’t ask me — I just work here.” Or, “Know thine inventory.”
In my one of earliest blogs I mentioned that I visited the US on a semi annual basis to buy books. This started out in 2007 and I ended up Continue Reading
Clean Up Your Inventory Act! Do you know that managing your inventory when you sell books online can be a very complex thing to do? You can’t just leave everything Continue Reading
In the beginning, when we first started in the Internet Book business, we already had quite a few volumes to sell, but it became obvious that we neither had enough books or a wide enough range to do very well. What we needed was stock and variety.