“Read and Return” program perfect for flying bookworms

 

One of my guilty pleasures as a library-going, Kindle-owning bookworm? Buying new reads at the airport.

Do not ask me why, but I enjoy the little thrill of occasionally splurging on a best seller between destinations. Thinking back, I can link different trips to certain books—Like my Portland job interview, where I scooped up The Dark Witch on the way, or the time I ironically impulse purchasedWill Power before heading home from a Phoenix business trip.

Happily, my occasional literary indulgences just got cheaper!

Last month I discovered the “Read and Return” program at Paradies Books, which operates news/snacks stores in airports across the country. The gist is you buy a book, read it, and then return it for half of the purchase price on your next trip. AND, even better, you can often pick up returned books for a discount.

Although I fly a fraction of what I did over the last several years, I’m delighted to take advantage of this new program. Right now I'm reading The Interestings. Stay tuned for a book review.

xoxo,
shawna

P/S Sacramento readers: In the new B terminal, the Read & Return bookstore is across from Esquire Grill.

 
More bookish posts:
This is an article written by one of the incredible members of the SheKnows Community. The SheKnows editorial team has not edited, vetted or endorsed the content of this post. Want to join our amazing community and share your own story? Sign up here.
comments

More from entertainment

by Stephanie Gustafson
| 3 hours ago
by Christina Marfice
| 10 hours ago
by Christina Marfice
| 10 hours ago
by Christina Marfice
| 15 hours ago
by Cailyn Cox
| 3 days ago
by Christina Marfice
| 3 days ago