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I vaguely remembered that the RSS link was somewhere on the top free Kindle page so I took a look at that page on the UK site. There is an RSS link at the bottom of the page, just above the "Your Recent History" section. The link for the RSS feed is I used to use Google Reader to view my RSS feeds, but it's supposed to be going away in the next week or so. I've tried Feedly on my iPad and it works pretty well. I think you can also use Outlook as a reader but I haven't tried it.

Thanks for your post on my thread. I'm going to find you thread and visit.

Happy New Year, Susan!
I've just been reading your first thread on the 75 group, which I'd completely overlooked before. I see you live in London and like to scour library catalogues as well as buying Kindle and print books.
Oh, I see you are reading the Penguin Classics version of The Count of Monte Cristo. I loved it!! Such a great translation, and what a tale! I picked up the [North and South] TV series from my library just before the weekend ... looking forward to it!
Hi Susan, I just discovered my local library has the [North and South] TV series with Richard Armitage! I'm excited! This is another of Elizabeth Gaskell's that I want to experience ... and the watching, I think, will precede the reading : ).
Hi Susan

Thanks for your comment I will look out for the book, still haven't made it to the exhibtion made the mistake of going during half term absolute chaos so gave it a miss. Did you see the Culture Show last night on BBC 2? They had a feature on social housing and Lynsey Hanley (Estates) was talking on it.

Thanks again Jill

Thanks that sounds right up my street, it's a museum I've never been to aswell so should be interesting.

Thanks Jillx

Yes I read the Wartime Britain book and loved it, absolutely brilliant social history

Hello fellow Brit! I'm just perusing your '50-Book Challenge' thread, armed with a piece of paper for noting down all the brilliant books I have to add to my wish list. FANTASTIC selection going on there...
I am sure we can find at least one book in common. :)
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