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Old 01-03-2013, 07:00 AM   #1602
malarkey
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Originally Posted by pdurrant View Post
Welcome to the thread.

I think that perhaps the most important thing for you is a wish list. So that when you come across an interesting book, you can add it to your wish list rather than to a shopping cart!

And an average price of $11 is a lot, unless these are weighty non-fiction tomes. It's over three times my average book price.

So - start a wish list (say at Amazon), and don't buy anything unless it meets the guidelines of the thread.
I did cringe when I saw that the average book prices of others in this thread are a lot lower than mine! I've never really kept a wishlist before (in fact, I sort of use my Amazon one as a secondary shopping cart...), so that's definitely something that I'm going to have to try. Hopefully impulsively clicking on something, even if it's not the 'Buy It Now' button, will help me resist emptying my bank account!

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