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Booksale now offers books through online shopping site

/ 05:40 PM October 01, 2020

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Image: Facebook/Booksale

Secondhand book store Booksale has begun selling its selection of titles on an e-commerce platform.

Award-winning writer Shakira Sison, whose father owns the establishment, confirmed that it is now accepting orders through an online selling platform, after bookworms posted screenshots of the online store on Twitter.

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“Yes it’s true that BookSale is online, and my dear father is asking for your support to help keep his employees afloat, most of whom have been with him for decades,” she said on her page on Sept. 28.

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“They are struggling like everyone else,” Sison added.

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The bookshop is currently offering 134 items on the e-commerce site, as of this writing. Among its selections are textbooks, manga and novels.

Sison also explained that the “nature of the store’s inventory means there’s no database across all stores.”

However, she assured that members of their sales teams will help customers find books they are seeking. Customers can then pick up the items from a certain location or have them delivered to their address.

Prior to creating a page on the platform, Booksale previously began selling their titles on their Facebook page earlier this month. JB

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