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Friday, 25 February 2011


Yes, I know - two days in a row! Maybe this is the tide turning in the way I remember to blog... maybe. Anyway, just a quick one before the weekend, I have had a fresh book delivery thus will have a busy weekend, there are some great titles i the mix so watch the online shop for new additions!

Anyway folks, have a good Friday night and weekend!

Wednesday, 23 February 2011

My goodness!

Haven't blogged since Valentine's Day! I am terrible at keeping up with this thing...back now, will do better. Hope you have all been ok in the meantime, the weather has been up and down, is it spring yet? Still winter? Who knows, what is for sure is that the beautiful snowdrops are through and looking cheerful so there is hope!

Anyway, not much is different here, the 10% off offer ends on the 28th so do take advantage while you can, just enter the code LMCF at the shopping cart to get your discount at the shop HERE. As usual, our book of the day can be found on the main website and is updated daily, today's is the 'Tales of the Alhambra' by Washington Irving - only £4.25 at Rehome-a-Book!

Monday, 14 February 2011

Valentine's Day

Hugs all round! Maybe a day to read some romantic fiction? Personally it's not my cup of tea but there is a lot of it out there and I have recently had a delivery of what some call 'women's fiction' so keep your eyes peeled on the web shop for these new addition over the next couple of days!

Today's book of the day is not a Valentine's related title but a thriller - The Devil's Garden by Richard Montanari and it can be found HERE along with many other great books.

Friday, 11 February 2011

Amazing day

What a day in the news - President Mubarak has stepped down - the scenes in Egypt are euphoric, people are calling it a Berlin Wall moment. On top of that the government have put the sale of our forests 'on hold' hopefully for good in my opinion! People power at its best perhaps?

Anyway, I hope your Fridays have been productive and happy, I will be working into the night listing books that I haven'[t had chance to do yet today - I'll put the coffee on!

Wednesday, 9 February 2011

The King's Speech

Well, now I will understand what all the Oscar buzz is about, we went to see The King's Speech last night and it was without a word of exaggeration brilliant. Such amazing performances from Colin Firth, Geoffrey Rush and Helena Bonham-Carter not to mention the supporting cast. It was one of those films where you are surprised how short it was only to realise that you have actually been sitting for nearly two hours and the time has just flown - no clock-watching here! This film-goer was stunned by it!

Anyway, on to the usual book-related business. Yesterday was Jules Verne's 183rd birthday and it reminded me that I have always wanted to read 'Journey to the Centre of the Earth' so I shall be popping along to the library later to see if its in, I expect it to be quite an undertaking but have heard good things.

Our book of the day is Clive Cussler's 'Vixen 03' and can be found HERE in the online shop along with many other great books.

Have a good day folks!

Saturday, 5 February 2011

Save your library day!

I hope folks everywhere have shown support at their local library today, by borrowing a book or just by being there, I'm not going to go all soap-boxy but they are SO important to communities across the land!

Aside from that I hope your Saturdays are going well, I have been doing the usual book related stuff including putting a new 'Wish List' service into operation - I have done it for a couple of people and had another enquiry from a lovely customer yesterday so decided it was time to promote the fact! Simply email us with any titles you are looking for and we'll drop you a line if we come across any of them!

Anyway, I am in dire need of coffee so I shall leave you to it folks - bye!

Wednesday, 2 February 2011


Just a quick blog to note the hell that Queensland is going through - watching BBC at the mo seeing the advancing cyclone currently hitting land - terrifying. Keep strong Australia, thoughts are with you.