What Gets You To Read A Book?

by on April 28, 2014

Normally I post and quote one sole author, but this time I’m quoting you – the readers, the people. Maybe not specifically of textbooks.org, but of Terribleminds, who posed the question, “What Gets You To Read A Book?” From cajetaneGaetane: “Good title, good story, good writing. In a bookstore (real or online), I search genres […]

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5 Ways to Save Money on Textbooks

by on April 21, 2014

Saving money on textbooks is an imperative desire if you’re a broke college student or in massive amounts of debt. Heck, saving money on anything should be an imperative desire for anyone! There’s a site I’ve found recently called “And Then We Saved,” and it’s all about being frugal. In the blogger’s about me, she […]

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Textbooks are Big Business Tools

by on April 7, 2014

It’s been said that textbooks prices have risen eighty-two percent since 2002, only 12 years ago. What. That’s ridiculous! If you’re wondering if it’s true, it is. Big Words says so. So now we have two things that are killing us college students: textbooks and tuition. Yay. Wired states that: “The biggest publishers in the […]

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