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Offline joo Reading Off The KUF Vol I
05 Jan 2012, 01:13 PM | Post: #21

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RE: Amazon's 12 Days of Kindle Sale

I have only just noticed the days are themed. Probably because I'v not been there for a week.
I believe it runs out very shortly, so grab them as soon as possible.
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05 Jan 2012, 03:28 PM | Post: #22

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I was so happy to hear today was series books until I saw the series. Urgh. This sale has been totally anti-my tastes. Where are all the UF/PR books!!
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06 Jan 2012, 09:48 PM | Post: #23

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I've been disappointed with the sale, not seen anything to my taste.
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Offline NorfolkDumpling
07 Jan 2012, 02:16 AM | Post: #24

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This post was last modified: 07 Jan 2012 02:22 AM by NorfolkDumpling.
I bought several of the 99p books plus a couple of more expensive ones. The War Horse looked very interesting so I bought it. I also got some free Sherlock Holmes books and modern history such as The Real Downton Abbey. I also got a few classics.
My tastes range from crime thrillers to historical romance, modern romance and magical tales, such as the Nora Roberts Donovan Legacy.
I like Patricia Cornwell, Kathy Riechs, Linda Fairstein and Val McDermid as well.
I also like non fiction, the Jennifer Worth books about her time as a midwife in the East End are very good. There is a new TV series coming soon on the BBC titled "Call the Midwife"
Frank McCourt is another favourite of mine. His first book was Angela's Ashes. Then he wrote a couple of books about his life in the army, then as a teacher.
Dean Koontz is another favourite. I particularly liked The Watchers.

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Offline kaska Reading Song of Jikhoshi by Katie W Stewart
07 Jan 2012, 06:37 AM | Post: #25

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RE: Amazon's 12 Days of Kindle Sale

(07 Jan 2012 02:16 AM)NorfolkDumpling Wrote:  I bought several of the 99p books plus a couple of more expensive ones. The War Horse looked very interesting so I bought it. I also got some free Sherlock Holmes books and modern history such as The Real Downton Abbey. I also got a few classics.
My tastes range from crime thrillers to historical romance, modern romance and magical tales, such as the Nora Roberts Donovan Legacy.
I like Patricia Cornwell, Kathy Riechs, Linda Fairstein and Val McDermid as well.
I also like non fiction, the Jennifer Worth books about her time as a midwife in the East End are very good. There is a new TV series coming soon on the BBC titled "Call the Midwife"
Frank McCourt is another favourite of mine. His first book was Angela's Ashes. Then he wrote a couple of books about his life in the army, then as a teacher.

Dean Koontz is another favourite. I particularly liked The Watchers.

Never judge a book by its movie. ~J.W. Eagan

I bought several too at 99p.
It's given me the opportunity to try authors that I would normally resist due to price.
I don't mind then if I don't enjoy them all as the overall price is still low.
And those I do enjoy, will give me confidence to purchase their other titles.

Its going to take me a while to get through them all though! Wink

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Offline NorfolkDumpling
07 Jan 2012, 11:21 AM | Post: #26

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Thank you for the welcome, I also got the 2012 calendar of New York which is illustrated. No Easy Road, Patsy Whyte, Molly's Millions, Victoria Connolly, Taming Natasha, Nora Roberts, Dead Line by Stella Rimington, Former head of MI5, Northanger Abbey, Jane Austen. Broadmoor revisited.
As you can see I have wide ranging tastes lol!

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Quote: I bought several too at 99p.
It's given me the opportunity to try authors that I would normally resist due to price.
I don't mind then if I don't enjoy them all as the overall price is still low.
And those I do enjoy, will give me confidence to purchase their other titles.

Its going to take me a while to get through them all though! Wink

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Offline kaska Reading Song of Jikhoshi by Katie W Stewart
07 Jan 2012, 11:28 AM | Post: #27

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RE: Amazon's 12 Days of Kindle Sale

Will it stop there Nothfolkdumpling! Big Grin


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