If you haven't yet completed your festive acquisitions, what better a pair of books to present to a loved one who appreciates great writing and fine food?
Pope's on the phone, calling BuonarrotiBut he's not home, he's gone a little potty.
I fought against the bottle, but I had to it drunk,Took my diamond to the pawn shop, but that don't make it junk.
Howard Willows, Senior Manager Data Development of Nielsen Bookdata, the editor of the scheme notes: “Overall, perhaps the most significant additions are categories for Fantasy Romance, in both adult and teenage sections. The term 'Young Adult' has been replaced by 'Teenager' throughout, as research showed that 'Young Adult' carried connotations of explicit material that was not always justified or intended. The Computing section has been overhauled and updated, and finally recognises the concept of Social Networking.Other signs of the times include new categories for Budget Cookery, Outsourcing and Energy Efficiency. We already had a heading for Financial Crises & Disasters.Examples of modifications of headings include changing Global Warming to Climate Change and extending Olympic Games to include Paralympic Games.The other additions and changes taken individually are perhaps not particularly eye catching (though mathematicians will be thrilled to see that Bayesian Inference now has its own category)."
Autobiographies of sportspeople who have not reached 25 and have therefore had no real lives to of which to speakPointless, saccharine, animal-based books which only sell to desperate shoppers on Christmas EveOver-priced extracts, repackaged under a spurious theme, (often a contrived anniversary) which are already available from the same publisher much more cheaply.
She, she, she. What she? The virgin at Hodges Figgis' window on Monday looking in for one of the alphabet books you were going to write.