Erasmus: Scholar with a wicked sense of humour
Erasmus of Rotterdam (Desiderius Erasmus Roterodamus), was a Dutch Renaissance humanist, catholic priest, social critic, teacher, early proponent of religious toleration, and theologian, and subject of excellent In our time series.
A pat on the back from mysterious Valerie
Coding tutorials ... and bang up-to-date!
Here's a little secret. Because I do all the web development myself, I don't have to include all the strings attached, and conditions, and stamping of the url on each page, and strange little ways of a number of other ebooks sites.
Agatha Christie's films? Not a bit of it
And another thing about Agatha Christie adaptations, ebook fan Thomas Dohling wrote from Delhi. The differences between the stories and films claiming to be based on the crime writer's stories are GLARING.
Best reading with 1,500 books
One of those great treats as a child was discovering at a fair the wonders of a Bran Tub. The bran tub was, in fact, a 44-gallon drum filled with sawdust and presents.
How does it work on Trove?
First download a free program that will turn all these books into a format that is perfect for your eReader. You might choose Calibre, an Open Source (free) program.
A treasure trove of free eBooks
Welcome to the eBook treasure trove. I've collected thousands of eBooks which I've paid for and am reading, and sharing with you. Of course, they are second hand now, but you probably won't recognise it because eBooks usually look young and fresh. (If only the same applied to we human readers.)
More steamy romance - E - J
I've divided this group of romance genre stories into some formats. And it's here that the first DMCA'd ebook of late Summer 2015 is zapped.
Romance for the romantic
Some knife-edge Romance genre here, with Abby Green and Aimee Thurlo leading the trend. Titles like Ruthlessly Bedded, Forcibly Wedded, and The Virgin's Secret, you know some breathless reading is on offer.
My top ten
A problem with speaking of my Top 10 ebooks is that I keep changing my mind. Today I am quite certain about what rates as the best, most gripping, fiction I've read for ages.