With the help of Random.org the winners are as follows:
Question: How would you benefit from a BookSwim Membership? Would it be cost effective for you?
1. Meredith Miller
- I would probably save a small fortune if I used them for just textbooks! I’m looking at spending $450 for my next semester’s books! I’d save on using them for regular reading as well, since I’ve read more than 80 books this year! I would hope I could read newer books, since I usually get older once at the library thrift sale or garage sales.
2. Patti (Book Addict)
- I actually blogged about Bookswim back in June, asking if anyone had used it and if it was good. You’re the first review I’ve seen, and it does sound good – thanks for this review! I wondered if they’d have a lot of up-to-date selections, and if it would be cost effective; it sounds like they do. I think this would be a good way to weed out the “keepers” from the “it was okay” books…I think if I did the 3-tier I would save money.
3. Jess (The Cozy Reader)
- How interesting! I’d never of thought they’d create a book borrowing business in the likes of NetFlix. While I think it’s neat-o I probably wouldn’t do this on a whim because of the price point. Depending on how many books I’m reading in a month, which can be a lot, it might be a savings but sometimes I like to own my books or lend them to family. And I’d never want 11 books at once! I also own a Kindle and usually prefer this format to printed books. I’d love to be apart of a Kindle renting program!
I will notify the winners. Hope you guys enjoy the book service.
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