Make Money Collecting Books

Get Free Celebrity Autographs and More!

Non-Fiction - Hobby
46 Pages
Reviewed on 12/10/2014
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Reviewed by Teodora Totorean for Readers' Favorite

Make Money Collecting Books: Get Free Celebrity Autographs and More! by Bernard Levine is a little manual for people who may be interested in making money from collecting things. Apart from the obvious choices, as suggested by the title – books and celebrities’ autographs – Levine covers other possibilities like rock star guitar plectrums, jokes and tricks, barbed wire, Levi jeans, playing cards, gramophone needle tins, and coasters. Each chapter follows the same pattern: where to find the items, how to get them and how/where to sell them. There are also online resources that people can access as well as books that guide readers into expanding their collecting knowledge and repertoire.

Make Money Collecting Books: Get Free celebrity Autographs and More! by Bernard Levine is easy to read and understand. It is conceived as a manual for aspiring collectors so they can access the chapter they are interested in. The tone is friendly and enthusiastic and the author also gives a few examples from his own collecting habits and successes. The chapters are well organized; however, they are not exhaustive on the subject but open to further exploration through links and book references provided but also through the reader’s own personal interest. I enjoyed the chapter about how to get celebrities’ autographs, not just because it may seem a bold move, but also because the suggestions on how to approach a celebrity for this matter are treated with common sense. Overall, the book is interesting and it gives valuable information should you wish to start a collection and then make money from it.