Christmas Gift Guide – Let Me Entertain You!

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image015Dead Man Walking

Dead Man Walking by Paul Finch is another fantastic gripping thriller. Just when you thought Paul Finch had done it all, he produces Dead Man Walking. D.S ‘Heck’ Heckenburg is back, but this time unfamiliar territory. After being assigned to the lake District and getting used to the quieter life, the psychotic serial killer returns. ‘The Stranger’ is back and quickly returns to his old ways. Being in the middle of nowhere means Heck has no choice but to play ball with ‘The Stranger’ and can do nothing but watch as he picks off his victims. Dead man walking will keep you on your toes from the start, the suspense alone is something that continues throughout the novel. Something Paul Finch has perfected. Dead Man Walking retails at £7.99 and is a must have this Christmas.

Albumcards

albumcards_Ed_Sheeran_envelope_cardMusic lovers used to be easy to cater for at this time of year, getting a CD, dare I say record or cassette, was a good option, but with the ever growing market of digital downloads, this generation is minimalistic when it comes to entertainment, wanting instant results for their purchases.  Albumcards makes buying for them much easier and this unique concept is a great way to gift someone music this year!

Albumcards is a very clever idea, the basic premise is that you:

  1. Pick from the collection of albums they have, the album is sent to your recipient in the form of a card that contains a code for the download.
  2. You get to personalise the card, which features the album cover on the front and the track listing on the back.
  3. You then pick when it is posted to your loved one!

albumcards_Sam_Smith_shelfOnce they receive the card, they simply follow the instructions to redeem and can be listening in minutes!

There is a whole host of albums to choose from and from some of the greatest artists, with more added everyday!

Including Amy Winehouse, Avicii, Bastille, Bee Gees, Ben Howard, Boyzone, Bruno Mars, Chase And Status, Clean Bandit, Ed Sheeran, Elbow, Eric Clapton, Fleetwood Mac, Florence + The Machine, George Michael, Jake Bugg, James Blunt, Jamie Cullum, Sam Smith, John Newman, Katy Perry, Kian Egan, Led Zeppelin, Lorde, Madonna, Michael Bublé, Mumford & Sons, Prince, Queen, Rihanna, Rod Stewart, Rudimental, Stereophonics, Taylor Swift

We think this is such a great way to say happy Christmas, especially for difficult teens, people who live far away or just as something you know they will love!

Check out Albumcards for more details and to send someone you love a card!

image021I’ll Be Watching You

I’ll Be watching you by Beverly Barton takes crimes of passion to a whole new level. This new ‘hybrid genre’ has emerged to fulfil the desires of female readers and their avid interest in both thriller and erotic novels. A rather strange mix that works incredibly well. I’ll be watching you is a book that you won’t want to put down, the suspense and thrills have been perfectly combined to create this wonderful novel that is already a New York times best seller, which really is no surprise here. Beverly Barton has created something truly unique and different, something I think both men and women will  enjoy all over. I’ll be watching you retails for £7.99 and is a real must have in the literary world.

image005Cadbury Dairy Milk Milk Chocolate Chunks

Stocking fillers can come in many guises and one of the absolute best ones is chocolate.

Cadbury have created a fabulous little milk carton box that is crammed full of delicious Cadbury Dairy Milk Milk Chocolate Chunks!  Delicious, creamy, chunky chocolate, individually wrapped and just waiting to be eaten up.

RRP £2.29

image001The NOW That’s What I Call Music Book

There is most likely not a soul alive over the age of 15 who hasn’t heard of the NOW That’s What I Call Music albums.  Started way back when Vinyl was vogue, the NOW series began in 1983 featuring an amazing array of artists such as, Duran Duran, Bonnie Tyler, Paul Young, UB40 and The Cure, not to mention one or two rather questionable hairstyles on the album sleeve!

Containing a massive 88 editions of the Now That’s What I Call Music albums, with track listings, album covers and even a ‘snapshot of events in the world at the time of each release.’

For many of us the Now albums have been the soundtrack to much of our lives, this book will bring back memories.

Available from Sainsbury’s exclusively for just £5

 

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