Saturday, 15 December 2018

Kindle boxset

I have to say that I didn't know there was any such thing as a kindle boxset, but apparently there is, and here's mine! Quite attractive, I thought...?

Sorry about the advertising, but I haven't mentioned the price (I can't remember what it is, anyway), and it's really for interest rather than with any hopes of commercial gain.

Now off to make the red cabbage (my Christmas job). In a couple of hours, I, the kitchen, and every available appliance and surface will be purple. Hey ho (or hey ho-ho-ho?) - it's Christmas 😊

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  1. Good luck with the box set. Even better luck with the red cabbage.

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    1. Thanks, Graham. Red cabbage all done and kitchen (and me) back to our normal colours 😀

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  2. I have seen box sets at the kindle shop before but don't really know how they work. The photo makes it look like a real cardboard box with actual, physical books inside. But on kindle there are no books in physical form...

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    1. They work like normal kindle books, Meike, butnwith threenbooks in one. It’s just that they’re promoted with a pretty picture. They’re new to me, too.

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    2. Ps excuse the typos. I blame the red cabbage....

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  3. I have some Kindle "complete works of" various classic authors. How well it works depends a lot on how much effort they've put into the table of contents, indexes, references and such (which can vary a lot!) As I already have your books on Kindle, I'm afraid I won't be buying this box-set however nice the picture looks :) ...

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    1. Thank you for your reply, DT. I’ve only just seen it!

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  4. I have them thank you.
    Red cabbage I used to have to make by the hundredweight when helping my brother. It's fine until you add apple and then it becomes one of those foods that is best given to the hens.

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    1. PS. I used to run the cabbages through the bacon slicer. A most satisfying job.

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    2. Adrian, why would you need a bacon slicer? Can I borrow it next year?

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