One of my many hobbies is collecting classic and rare books. Sometimes as you can imagine, I obtain too many. I also do searches for people looking for specific books. Due to extensive travels, I can sometimes obtain the book at a great buy. The other part is sometimes people simply don't want the book once I've obtained it. I've decided to sell part of my collection online. I plan to obtain a site and post books for sell at fixed prices.
My vision for this site is a simple page of "Currently Moving" or "Currently Selling" books. I need a website design with a store setup where someone can purchase a book through PayPal, by placing it and others in a cart. The site should also remove the book or indicate automatically that it has been sold once the book is paid for. It should include a shipping calculator, final cost and payment method, and information to obtain shipping information from the buyer.
I would like an easy to use interface where once the book is sold and removed from the site, I can enter another book into the listing. Remember, I am not a "Web" person, and while I can construct basic websites, I do not have the ability to build a store.
The bottom line, the project is flexible if the designer has suggestions or wants to add something brilliant that I have not thought about. I can get someone like Godaddy to do this, but I'd rather help an aspiring designer "get out there" with this project. I'm sure it's small compared to others. Remember, this is a hobby - not a business. I'm not going to make millions and I'm selling almost like running on E-bay or other sites. A hobby is not something I pour a lot of money into. Maybe, if sales shoot up, I might make it a business, but I see no reason to do so when my current selling has been no more than a few hundred dollars. Because I feel this one page is very simple and you may likely already have the code in place, I'm starting a very low bid. This is not meant to belittle anyone, but I'm only needing to run somewhere between 10-20 books on a page that scrolls down. At the bottom, there should be an easy input for someone to inquire about other books.