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 Post subject: Re: USED BOOK STORES
New postPosted: January 5th, 2012, 7:31 am 
Isabella, I have a Kindle (it is fabulous for travelling). It is pretty easy to lend or borrow books on it through a website called eboookfling.com . I have three of my books lent out to people right now.


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Blue Cypress rocks...the owner will buy books from you for trade or cash. (Do me a favor and bring in some new food books.)


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I checked out the Tulsa City/County Library and discovered to my delight that they have Kindle books now for two week checkout periods, with a limit of 5 at one time. I downloaded two in nothing flat. Will download three more next week to ensure my Kindle is loaded for the my 27 hour trip to India on Sunday. Bestill my heart......so many books, so little time.


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The one on Terry Pkwy is called McLaughlin's. Pretty good joint.

There was the one that opened up at Clearview Shopping Center (I think it was called A Tale of Two Sisters...or something like that), but I haven't been that way in a while. Don't know if they're still there. Was downstairs by the escalator to the cinema.

Then there's Bayou Books in Gretna at Monroe Street and Burmaster. They are also the retail outlet for Pelican Publishers. Lots of used and out of print ones. Don't forget to go upstairs.

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