You pay shipping (envelope and postage, I suggest USPS book rate but it's up to you).
Over two years living aboard and I'm still weeding things out. You might look them up on amazon for fuller descriptions. I have the following, each listed with why its on the "to go" pile:
Annapolis Book of Seamanship, 3rd ed, John Rousmaniere
- good book, good reference but I like Chapman's better and don't need both.
Cruiser's Handbook of Fishing, Scott Bannerot & Wendy Bonnerot
- excellent book, I ended up with two copies and only need one
Good Boatkeeping, Zora & David Aiken
- fast, mildly interesting read, somewhat basic and not a great reference
Creating Comfort Afloat, Janet Groene
- interesting read, opinions may differ and I'm beyond this level
Living Aboard, Gordon & Janet Groene
- good overview, I have more technical references for specific subjects
The Essentials of Living Aboard, Mark Nicholas
- another overview text
Smarter Charters, Christopher Caswell
- good material, I have my own checklists from years of chartering
Fifty Places to Sail Before You Die, Chris Santella
- good winter read, I have a list of where I want to go - some overlap with these 50, some different.
Pirates Aboard, Klaus Hympendahl
- interesting case studies, a bit dated, I don't expect to want to read it again.