I'm completing the final course of the spring semester, and I found that I needed to purchase a book. We have too many books in our home: you could say I'm a recovering bookoholic and I try to stay out from book stores. I tend to get out with too many books. It's not that I don't read them: I'm a fast reader and have read many of my books many times, but we don't have the space. The book shelves are packed and beyond.
Using a e-com site takes away a little bit of the pleasure of buying books since I don't get to stroll between the shelves, feel the paper and build an interest. The problem is that you can scroll many more books on a web site. And you find books you never knew you didn't knew that they existed. There is the season for book sales in Sweden, so since I was already buying a book, I just happened to scroll all the titles in the categories which I'm interested in. And some other categories too. Yes, I am a bookoholic. Give me a break. Just reading about them does not mean that I buy them... Not all of them, anyway. But I do recommend anyone to scroll the titles under Finance and law. How about these book titles:
- Private Rights in Public Resources: Equity and Property Allocation in Market-Based Environmental Policy
- The International Sugar Agreements: Promise and Reality
- Start Your Own Pet-Sitting Business
- Behind the Veneer: The South Shoreditch Furniture Trade and Its Buildings
- The Security-Development Nexus: Expressions of Sovereignty and Securitization in Southern Africa
- Micro-Regionalism in West Africa: Evidence from Two Case Studies