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Don’t Miss Your Chance to Win a Kindle Today

I was late jumping onto the Kindle bandwagon. In fact, I resisted it for ages. What was wrong with real books, I thought? There is something about books that appeals to me – and still does. The smell, the act of flicking through the pages, the print on the page… it’s all lovely. And let’s face it, a room packed with floor to ceiling bookshelves looks lovely. It wouldn’t look… Read More »

There’s Still Time to Get on the Kindle Train

Are you still someone who likes the look, feel, and even the smell of real books? You’re not alone. I still love walking into a second-hand book shop, never knowing whether I will find any treasures in there, and flicking through dog-eared copies of old classics and new and much-loved tomes. But there is something irresistible about a Kindle – and this comes from someone who resisted getting one for… Read More »

Why Bid if You Want to Buy It Anyway?

There are lots of reasons to bid on our auctions at BidGrid. We have lots of great items up for auction every week, and you never know whether you could scoop one (or more) of the items you bid on. We have generous bid limits, and the top price for any item sold in an auction for the lowest unique bid is £3. And we cannot ever remember an item… Read More »

Switch On To The Benefits of a Kindle

I’m the last person you’d think would get a Kindle. I’m the person who loves the feel of a paperback book when it’s brand new. I’m the person who loves the smell of a second-hand book shop. I’m the one who never thought I would see the advantages of electronic books. But now, I am the person who can see the perks of having hundreds of books in your back… Read More »

Could a Kindle Change the Way You Read?

I’ve always been a voracious reader. Fiction, non-fiction, you name it – crime, horror, true stories, self-help… gee, the more I think of it, the more I think I really am addicted to the written word. I will also freely admit I was totally hooked on books. By that I mean the real, tangible kind of book – not the sort you can buy online and download to your reading… Read More »