Today a big parcel arrived at the door.
It contained a case, 12 bottles, of Crabbie’s Alcoholic Ginger Beer, plus two bottles of Light Crabbie’s Alcoholic Ginger Beer.
I used the beer in my cooking. A nice result.
A paperback copy of Knightley and Son 3 of a Kind, by Rohan Gavin, arrived in the post.
A Blue-ray copy of Pitch Perfect 2 arrived in the post.
A cool bag packed with Primula cheese products arrived at the door.
We don’t eat overly-processed products, so we gave it to my mother, who shared the cheese with her friends and neighbours.
A hardback copy of These Dark Wings by John Owen Theobald.
Towards the end of the month a cheque for £100 arrived in the post.
A nice cash win via What’s On T.V. online magazine.
I’d appreciate more money dropping through my letterbox Universe, thank you very much in advance.
A copy of The Street Food Cook Book by Kate Eddison arrived in the post.
Another good win, but I don’t think I’ll be eating any of my cooking in the street, it’s way too cold here for that.
A hardback copy of Zero Day by Jan Gangsei arrived in the post.
Next to arrive in the post, was a can of Crosse & Blackwell soup, and a plastic cup.
A china mug would have been better, but the plastic cup isn’t going to waste, I’m using it as a scoop for dishing up food for my dogs.
Next in the post was a papaer back copy of Zero-G by Rob Boffard.
Next to arrive was a hardback copy of The Promise by Robert Crais.
The 26th of February was a bumper prize day.
Two books, and £150 worth of Shell fuel vouchers arrived by post.
A copy of Killing Ways by Alex Barclay.
A copy of Hex by Thomas Olde Heuvelt.
The £150 worth of fuel vouchers for Shell are much appreciated. They should last me a decent while.
Next to arrive was a packet of VitaVet SuperDog supplement tablets.
I’ve been giving them to my two rescue dogs – when I remember. If they improved memory I’d take them too.
Blog post by Richard Randall
Total prize value to date: £5228 (from 1st September 2013).