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From my many miles of driving and listening to books on tape I have racked up a real library.
I have between 500 and 1000 Books on tape and CD. Most of the Best sellers for the past 5 years. (Some of the books were up to $50!) I have no idea how to resell them or how to value (devalue). My son-in -law says ebay charges per item so that would be kinda nuts. Does anyone know of spot where people buy and sell used audio books? Maybe some kind of a drivers web site (like truck stops where they sell books on tape)?
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e-bays charge is minimal and I would say that is your best bet. But if you insist usually there is a used book retailer in your area and they they may buy them from you. I wouldn't expect as much going the second route.
Either ebay or even through Amazon.com....ebay's fee is so minimal you won't notice especially on things within a $30-$50 price range...have fun setting those auctions up ...whew...that's gonna be late night for you...lol...
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Good idea...like all the Grisholms and Crichtons and Stephen Kings and Ann Rice and Clive Cussler...group them by author so people who like the suthor might buy them all. I was only thing of asking $5 or $10 buck per book and have never used (sold) on ebay.
Let me see..I have 1000 books some of which I paid $19.95 for and some (the most expensive ) $90. I think I will price them at 25% of theoriginal purchase price and go from there. I have never used ebay or amazon.com so I appreciate your suggestions/. I started getting books on tape when in one day I went from 20/20 to almost no sight (really hard for a racer). Surgery brought back sight (thank God) but now I have a collection I would like to give someone else a shot at for a big discount.
Actually I would send them all to you for $1000. (plus shipping)...I will have to give you the final count of titles (do you really want Nora Roberts?) that is exactly what I need to help my daughter fence her yard.