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Library Tidy-Up (Part 2)

Of course a library tidy-up wouldn't be a real tidy-up just if we moved some books around. No, for a proper tidy-up, you have to be prepared to chuck some stuff out. Some of these are duplicates, some of these are books we probably won't get around to reading any time soon, and others we just don't want or need any more. Before I chuck them or take them to a charity shop, I thought I would offer them to you lot. Price is free plus P&P, assuming the latter is other than trivial. If you're interested, say what you want in a comment. First come first served.



SF & Fantasy

Forerunner Foray, Andre Norton
The Masters of the Pit, Michael Moorcock
Showboat World, Jack vance
The Winds of Limbo, Michael Moorcock
Babel 17, Samuel R. Delaney
Doomstar, Edmond Hamilton
Masters' Choice 1 (anthology, including Asimov, Bradbury, Del Rey, Heinlein, Kornbluth)
Masters' Choice 2 (including Lafferty, Leiber, Miller Jr, Wells)
Sf - The Best of the Best, part 2 (including Knight, Asimov, Aldiss, Budrys, Ballard)
New Writings in SF 22 (including Harrison, Tubb, Clarke, Aldiss, Priest)
Nebula Award Stories 3 (including Ellison, Delaney, Leinber, Ballard, Moorcock, McCaffrey)
Doorway into Time (including Sprague de Camp, Asimov, Clarke)
Andromeda 3 (including Niven, Priest, Leiber)
With a Strange Device, Eric Frank Russell
Ahead of Time, Henry Kuttner
The Lovers, Philip Jose Farmer
The Steam-Driven Boy and Other Strangers, John Sladek
The Pilgrim Prohect, Hank Searls
The Kid from Mars, Oscar J. Friend
Fury, Henry Kuttner
The Chronicles of Castle Brass, Michael Moorcock (one volume edition containing Count Brass, The Champion of Garathorm and The Quest for Tanelorn)
1990, Wilfred Greatorex (now a TV series starring Edward Woodward!)
1990, Book Two, Wilfred Greatorex
It Was the Day of the Robot, Frank Belknap Long
Resenting the Hero, Moira J. Moore
So You Want to be a Wizard, Diane Duane
Stranger in a Strange Land, Robert Heinlein


Other Fiction

The Works of G.J. Whyte-Melville
The Songlines, Bruce Chatwin
In Xanadu, a Quest, William Dalrymple


General Non-Fiction

How to Write for Children and Get Published, Louise Jordan
From Pitch to Publication - Everything You Need to Know to Get Your Novel Published, Carole Blake
The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, Stephen R. Covey
The Motley Fool UK Investment Guide, David Berger
Secrets of the iPod and iTunes
Digital Film-Making, Mike Figgis
Paint Shop Pro X for Photographers
What Not to Wear, Trinny Woodall & Susannah Constantine
Dictionary of Place Names in the British Isles, Adrian Room


Academic Non-Fiction

Economics, Geoffrey Whitehead
Open Economy Macroeconomics, Ronald Shone
Macroeconomics, Dornbusch & Fischer
The Improbable Survivor - Yugoslavia and its Problems, 1918 - 1988, Stevan Pavlowitch
Modern World History, Keith Perry
States and Rulers in Later Medieval Europe, Bernard Guenee
Civilisation, Kenneth Clark (heavy)
Britannia, A History of Roman Britain, Sheppard Frere (heavy)
The English - A Social History 1066-1945, Christopher Hibbert (heavy)
Later Roman Britain, Stephen Johnson




DVD

The Thick of It, Complete First Series and Complete Specials boxed set

Comments

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mountainkiss
May. 27th, 2012 05:23 pm (UTC)
I'll understand if you'd rather give to someone you know better, but if you are really doing this on a first-come-first-served basis then I would gladly take the Economics texts, the Duane, The Thick of It, 7 Habits & What Not to Wear, and will pay postage on all or part, accordingly.
mountainkiss
May. 27th, 2012 05:24 pm (UTC)
OMG and the directory of place names!
philmophlegm
May. 28th, 2012 07:26 pm (UTC)
No, not at all - I didn't friends lock this, so it's genuinely first-come, first-served. Send me a livejournal private message with your name and address and I'll get back to you with P&P costs. I suggest a PayPal money transfer as the easiest way to pay for P&P.
pwibethran
May. 27th, 2012 05:37 pm (UTC)
I'd love The English and Civilisation.

If you don't mind hanging on to them until I pop down in the summer it will save posting the heavy books?
philmophlegm
May. 28th, 2012 07:27 pm (UTC)
Okey-dokey - just let us know when you're popping by. Failing that, we can hang onto them until Butteller.
wellinghall
May. 27th, 2012 05:55 pm (UTC)
1990 books 1 and 2, Later Roman Britain, pls
philmophlegm
May. 28th, 2012 07:29 pm (UTC)
Righty-ho. Although we probably have your address somewhere, it might be easiest if you just send it via LJ private message. I'll sort out how much the P&P is and then I suggest the easiest way to transfer would be PayPal. Mind you, those three might not add up to much.

Out of interest, do you remember the programme '1990'? I'd never heard of it - the books are ones in a large collection of SF acquired from an uncle.
wellinghall
May. 28th, 2012 07:43 pm (UTC)
PM to follow, and quite happy to pay by PayPal.

I sort-of remember the programme. I more remember reading the first volume some 25 years ago, having bought it from - IIRC - the student union second-hand bookshop at Essex. I enjoyed it at the time, although I am quite prepared to find that it has deteriorated in the last 25 years.
chainmailmaiden
May. 28th, 2012 08:15 pm (UTC)
You're getting rid of The Thick of It??? I mean not that I'd have asked for it as I've already got it. I can only presume you have a complete box set now so don't need the separate bits?
philmophlegm
May. 29th, 2012 08:08 am (UTC)
You guessed right - I have a more complete boxed set, so the older one is a duplicate.
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