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The Drummer Boy

The Drummer Boy is my latest novel about the ghost of a Gordon Highlander Drummer Boy from the Battle of Waterloo who haunts a modern day army nurse.

Chapters take place in modern day Aberdeen, at the Noose & Monkey bar and restaurant as well as His Majesty's Theatre and Garthdee. Other scenes take place at Tidworth and during the Napoleonic War.

Read the first three chapters for free on most devices.

When you buy electrical goods online you can often make a saving on your purchase. Online stores bulk purchase such products and can pass such savings on to their customers. The same can work if you go to a high street electrical shop and then look at their website, the same product can often be cheaper. Many offer free delivery and this usually takes place within the week. Others offer a nominal delivery charge, usually about £5, though even with the cost of this the savings made can still be high.

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Currys Discount Codes

The promotional Currys discounts codes are:

Free Delivery on all orders over £199 when you enter the Currys Discount Code SALESFREEDEL.

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Each new Currys promotional code will appear on the right hand side of Shopping Coupons as they become available. The expiry date will be displayed along with a link to take you directly to each offer.

Do also consider going to your high street shop for these high valued items. There is more room to haggle in-store. Do your research beforehand and print out any offers and prices from stores like Argos to shop the shop assistant or manager. You could even show them prices on your smart phone during negotiations. Staff are more willing to lower prices to get a sale and meet their targets which have to be met to keep their premises and jobs open. They may even give you accessories such as a case for a Samsung Galaxy Note at not extra cost if you pay full price, or vouchers for a future purchase online.

Cash for discount still works since overheads need to be reduced to keep businesses viable. A customer who pays by credit card will cost them a handling fee, usually between 1 4%. So handing over a bunch of twenty notes saves them, so don't be afraid to ask for a reduction.

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If you shop on the internet you can claim cash back from online purchases by joining a cash back site. Some cash back sites even start your account off with £2.50, £5 or even £10. Each time you shop or join certain websites, do online competitions and surveys, take part in offers and go online shopping you will get paid cash.

The retail industry have best times for you to get them. For example Shopping Coupons have noted that during important football events such the Finals, European Cup or the World Cup televisions are often discounted or have special offers attached to them, as do crisps and beer! Such occasions would be a good time to renew items such as a TV or DVD, the same goes for other sporting events such as Wimbledon and the Olympic Games.

Spring seems to be the time when new TVs become available on the high street and online. This means that round about March older TVs become cheaper and again is a good time to purchase. Another reason that makes March and April a good time to purchase a new television is that manufacturers based in Japan have their end of financial year in March and offer discounts on older televisions.

It is not just TV sets where large discounts can be found. Larger white goods such as fridges, freezers, cookers, etc can be discounted at specific times of the year. As an example Currys have spring or summer bank holiday sales. Summer months can be slow for sales of kitchen appliances when people may be purchasing in the autumn so that they can enjoy their new kitchen appliance for Christmas. So, large shops promote sales and discounts in the summer months to help shift stock.

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Buy the Kindle from Amazon by clicking on the image to the left which takes you directly to the Amazon Kindle store with the latest offers and promotions. It can be ordered now. This electronic book and magazine reader has an electronic ink screen with 50% better contrast and a 6 inch sized reading area. It is now 15 percent lighter and weighs just 247 grams.

Other features includes 20% faster page turns and up to one month of battery life. Gain an e-book storage of up to 3,500 books. It has built in Wi-Fi and at the time of this kindle review costs only £149 with no monthly bills or annual contracts.

There is a cheaper option at only £109 for this portable reading devices which does not have 3G wireless. have also opened a Kindle store so that you can easily purchase books. There is a choice of over 400,000 electronic books which includes new releases, classics and UK bestsellers. Authors include Terry Pratchett, Ian Rankin, Martina Cole, Sophie Kinsella and Ken Follett. There are also over 1 million free books available to read.

You gain access to over 170 top UK and international newspapers and magazines at either a single purchase or subscription. These include papers such as The Daily Telegraph, The Daily Mail, The Economist, The Independent, The Financial Times and The Evening Standard. You can also subscribe to over 9,000 blogs. All subscriptions are automatically delivered wirelessly and most start with a 14-day trial.

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