An item left in your eBay shopping basket may be discounted by the seller. In the lockdown, Power Sellers are offering discounts for items in your Watch List.
I put a watch on a Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX1 at a Buy it now price of £49.99.
Yesterday, the seller offered me a £10 off voucher – which has to be used by tonight. I’m tempted!
Coming up on this Sunday's Pop-Up Submissions... "Ongtep's Heart" - fantasy by Christopher James; "Don't Say That You Love Me" - romance by Kelli Bonadio; "Broken Twigs (Farewell to Faerie Forest)" - MG fantasy fiction by Charlotte Taylor; "The War of the Gods" - historical fiction by Suzana Pavšek and "The Unchosen" - fantasy by Matthew "Doc" Varga. Join us LIVE at 5pm UK!
Working on building my author website (should have done it years ago). Got up to stick a pizza in the oven, but husband helps himself to the computer. So now I'm twiddling my thumbs waiting for him to get off. I might burn his pizza in revenge.
A second teacher from the local lycée has phoned to asked whether they could base next year's English curriculum on my book!!! Of course, with my luck the school may never open again thanks to a certain virus.
We moved into this house in July 2003. The washing machine we'd brought with us was finally plumbed in that November. Until then I did all the laundry in the bath tub. Hot water to the kitchen was finally installed 8 months later (so July 2004). Yesterday, during lock down 2020, my kids, tired of seeing doing the dishes, bought me a dishwasher and my husband installed it. I don't know myself! I have time to do stuff.
Featured on today's Pop-Ups... "Matilda & Sebastian" - YA from G.S. Banks; "Bookeemessiah" - SF from Michael Sawan; "Skjultvik" - mystery / horror from Stephen Durham; "Soil and Stars" - YA space opera from James Beedle; "Temples of Glass " - high fantasy from Matthew Atkinson. Join me here at 5pm UK
Just had a text to say there's a bottle of bubbly arriving this afternoon! No idea who sent it, the kind donor will be revealed later, I hope - but I know what I'll be drinking at LitFest today! See you later!
Himself: What on earth are you doing?
Me: Decorating a toilet roll.
Me: Oh, it's for the Litfest.
Himself: Should you be doing that, considering these things are scares at the mo?
Frustrated that our only source of income (me working on street markets) had gone up the spout. The French government are giving payments of up to a max of 1500€. They will replace what your earned last March. Sadly, because of the Yellow Jackets, last March was terrible and I only earned 150€. It is hardly worth filling out the paper work.
Back from the supermarket, where customers were queuing 6 feet apart outside, waiting to be allowed in. I assumed one of them was a motorcyclist, as he wore a full-face helmet with a face mask beneath, leather gauntlets & boots, which were gaffer-taped to his trousers. No sign of a bike. He'd dressed like a robber to do his shopping!