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In today’s economy, this online exchange for books is destined to become a reader’s paradise and a prime choice for book-lovers

October 24, 2008

From: 
Novel Action, Inc
4455 S. Berkeley Ave.
Chicago, Illinois 60653
Contact: PR@NovelAction.com
 
In today’s economy, this online exchange for books is destined to become a reader’s paradise and a prime choice for book-lovers
 
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Family owned and operated, Novel Action, Inc. is a membership based online book exchange (www.NovelAction.com) designed for book lovers. It allows members to quickly clear their shelves of books they’ve read and exchange them for books they want.

Incorporated in 2006, Novel Action, Inc is a Chicago-based online book exchange store where members select any books they want from the website and send in an equal number of their own books in exchange. Books on the site can also be purchased. Easy, reliable and cost-effective, Novel Action is perfect for avid readers. There’s a wide selection of fiction and non-fiction books in paperback and hardcover, and all books are hand inspected to insure they meet quality guidelines.

“Our members really appreciate the book trading service we provide, particularly in today’s economy. Trading books is significantly cheaper than purchasing new, or even used books. With the NovelAction.com $4.80 flat shipping rate for up to 6 pounds of books, it averages out to about $1 per book,” said Dianne Denton, founder and CEO of Novel Action.

The NovelAction.com book swapping site serves book lovers across the country, as well as military members overseas. Because all books are treated equally, members can trade books in any combination – paperbacks for hard covers, romances for mysteries, etc.

NovelAction.com offers several innovative features, including book bucks, custom email alerts and a weight scale that’s integrated with each shopping cart. “Members particularly enjoy our book buck feature, where they can send in any number of books in advance, and receive an equal number of book bucks in exchange” says Denton. “This allows them to instantly clear their shelves of books they’ve read and receive a whole new supply of books.”

Novel Action also donates a portion of their proceeds to Recording for the Blind and Dyslexic which is a nonprofit volunteer organization, and is the nation’s educational library serving people who cannot effectively read standard print because of visual impairment, dyslexia, or other physical disability.

For more information, please visit: http://www.novelaction.com