James Herbert Novels: £1
Ted has recently read The Fog, and so he’ll pass that on and put this book in its place.
Including the Foreword, this magnificent volume (which was published in 1993) has 600 pages, representing a price of only .1666667p per horror-filled page.
What a pity that the binding is cheaply stuck and the pages are yellowing and it’s a bit grubby…
Fridge Magnets: 50p
Having recently given away a complete upper-case alphabet for a friend’s toddler, Ted took the opportunity to replenish his stock.
He will now still be able to make ‘antidisestablishmentarianism’, ‘pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis’ and ‘floccinaucinihilipilification’ all at the same time.
Graph Paper: £3
And another half-ream of A3 squared paper for another £1.50!
Ted asked how much the A4 paper was and the seller said, “Two quid.”
“A pound,” said Ted.
“How about £1.50?” said the seller, “or both of these for £3?”
“OK,” said Ted, and the deal was struck.
It can’t be overemphasised how useful this type of paper is. Ted will store it with the other graph paper he acquired over 40 years ago.