WTS Books vs. Amazon

by Aug 6, 2008Uncategorized0 comments

As you can see, I’ve already praised WTS Books on this blog before. I wrote just days ago:

Looks like Westminster Bookstore is really vying for my book dollars! I’m impressed with their store layout, their graphic design, their selection, and their sales.

Now I’m participating in their BlogPartners program. I’m happy to promote them—and to get some books out of it myself! I just wanted to release one of my motives from the ulterior!

I, of course, would never recommend a book unless I truly believe it to be worthwhile.

WTS Books has had several sales which, even with shipping, beat Amazon.

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