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Topic History of: I'm a very norty boy!
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Green Man Wyot wrote:
I also love the charity shops for books and always return them after I have read them. I don't have any more space for books in my home; so while I love a good hardback (and even the smell of them...), it is mostly kindle for me now.

I do have a nice science fiction section and various Biggles books. L Ron Hubbard has always been a guilty pleasure of mine even Battlefield Earth is a favourite of mine.
Green Man Honey wrote:
Green Man wrote:
I love rummaging through junk shops or charity shops for books.

Me too, and I get my tacky thriller books from "The Works", three for a fiver.

I am upset that Covid 1984 has killed off the charity bookshelves in Tesco. I suppose people are scared of becoming contaminated?
Anything that cant be cleaned easily is just bunged at the side of our cellar steps for a week, or until someone falls over it.



I don't buy much from The Works however I did pick up Mike Love autobiography cheap from there. The books in The Works looks like stuff you get in airport's.
Wyot I also love the charity shops for books and always return them after I have read them. I don't have any more space for books in my home; so while I love a good hardback (and even the smell of them...), it is mostly kindle for me now.
Honey Green Man wrote:
I love rummaging through junk shops or charity shops for books.

Me too, and I get my tacky thriller books from "The Works", three for a fiver.

I am upset that Covid 1984 has killed off the charity bookshelves in Tesco. I suppose people are scared of becoming contaminated?
Anything that cant be cleaned easily is just bunged at the side of our cellar steps for a week, or until someone falls over it.
Green Man I love rummaging through junk shops or charity shops for books.