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March 2018



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Kindle Bargains

It’s the Kindle Autumn Harvest or some such name. I have bagged:
Amelia Peabody Omnibus (four books), Elizabeth Peters, £1.19
Daisy Dalrymple Omnibus (four books) Carola Dunn, £1.19
Outcast, Rosemary Sutcliff, 99p
The Manning Sisters, Debbie Macomber £1.09
The Town in Bloom, Dodie Smith £1.19

I wanted Mog the Forgetful Cat for £1.49 but it can’t be downloaded to the sort of Kindle I have. Meh. After this spending orgy, my Kindle told me it was having a software update (first time this has happened). As I’d switched it off, I found this spooky, especially when it switched itself on again. I now have parental control! I’m also supposed to be able to read comic books and children’s picture books, but I still can’t have Mog.


Four Amelia Peabodys for £1.19? SOLD!
I haven't read any, but they were recommended. Looks like I'm in for a treat.
Glad you got some great bargains. I have far too many books still to read on my kindle so I restricted myself to two freebies:
Hostile Witness by Rebecca Forster and Innocence Lost by Craig L Vaughan. I've enjoyed almost every book I've bought for the Kindle, there's some brilliant self publishers as well as established authors.
I don't know those!

Free books are great. I have some favourites on the Kindle even though I have hard copies of the same books. It's a comfort to know they're there.


My husband loves his Kindle and my son wants one for Christmas. I still loathe the things, although it seems as though you can gets lots of bargain books for them.

Re: Kindle

I still love real books but I was an early Kindle adopter and love that too. Lots of classics are free and I like the feeling that I have so many favourites in one place. Also it's nice to read in bed and switch from one book to another.