Wondering if anyone knows the answer to this question – I’ve got stacks of old books lying around the house. They’re taking up a lot of space, and I’m no longer a fan of keeping loads of paper around the place, especially if I can replace it with easily-stored digital editions.
Has anyone discovered a way to trade in or swap their old paper copies of books for digital copies or ebooks they can read on their Kindle?
I haven’t heard of such, but maybe there are some that do it. Why not sell them in a thrift shop or or put up a garage sale. I guess that is the best way to convert those books in cold cash and use them to buy any digital copies of readings that you want online. Personally I prefer physical print, I even have this passion to reprint whatever good and downloadable stories online and I have them all done at http://www.digitekprinting.com/digital-copy-center.