I know, I know. I’m not doing a very good job of following through on the greens recipes or the juicing vs. blending series right now. I promise to return to those health topics immediately. In fact, I solemnly swear to post on one of them this very evening. Stay tuned.
At the moment, though, the English major in me is rejoicing with exceedingly great joy over the discovery of www.PaperBackSwap.com. A friend told me about this website several months ago, but, for some reason, I’ve only just now checked into it. Why, oh why, did I wait so long? It is SO cool! You sign up for a free account, list 10 books (paperback, hardback, or audio) you’d like to part with, and receive 2 credits. Then, you poke around for a book you would like to acquire among the hundreds of thousands of listings and enter a request. The person with that book will mail the book to you. They pay postage. You pay nothing. Nothing. When someone wants one of your books, you pay for the postage and mail it to them. Every time you mail a book, you get another credit. Every time you order a book, it costs you one credit. One book=one credit. The website makes the mailing process super easy by allowing you to print the postage and wrapping at home, so you don’t have to stand around in a post office line. Even better, if the book you’re sending weighs less than 13 ounces, you can just drop it in your mailbox. How cool is that?
I know. It’s seriously cool.
And now, back to our regularly scheduled programming…