16 August 2012

It's never too early to preorder a book!


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  1. It's funny, but I am rarely preordering books. I haven't got a clue why either!? With TBD I don't like the fact that you have to pay right away even when the book won't make it to your doorstep for another four months. Of course this is totally different with Amazon. Still, I can count my preorders of the past year on one hand ... I hope this revelation wasn't too shocking for you! :-D

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    1. I regularly preorder books, for me it's the first step of owning a book. And I always fear that I will miss the release date of a book.

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  2. That's awesome I totally agree with you :D !

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    1. Yeah, we preorder lovers have to stick together. :)

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  3. I don't think I've ever pre-ordered a book... I'm more of a browse and grab kinda girl whether its online or a bookshop

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    1. I also like to do this but the next bookstore is too far away to do it regularly.

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  4. I always pre-order as much as I can whenever the bookdepository has a discount going. The earlier you order, the cheaper the book is, which can safe usually 2 euro's, which means I can buy more books for my money. And waiting for the book to arrive, well, it is a nice surprice to open the front door and find some books behind it :)

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    1. That's what I also do at Book Depository, preordering save always safes me money.

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