Tuesday, 19 October 2021

The Undead Day 25

The Undead Twenty Five: The HeatThe Undead Twenty Five: The Heat by R.R. Haywood
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Absolutely love it, this many books in it and the characters are still working and the it's fun to read, a couple of the "main" characters have been overlooked this time and that's great as they were a bit of an annoying side trip.

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The Four Worlds of Bertie Cavendish

The Four Worlds of Bertie CavendishThe Four Worlds of Bertie Cavendish by R.R. Haywood
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

I am a massive fan of the author and I remain unconvinced about this, still love the characters from their own "worlds" but mashing them together is just a book for a books sake.

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Saturday, 25 September 2021

The Elfor Drop

The Elfor Drop (The Code Book 2)The Elfor Drop by R.R. Haywood
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Absolutely loved it, engaging from beginning to end.....where is book 3!

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Friday, 24 September 2021

Google photos, the new joke

Google photos appears to have become a joke, because of a problem on my phone I didn't have a photo I wanted to look at stored locally so I tried to use Google photos for some basic edits. 

Every single feature I touched said "please pay some money". 

Google come on, we love you but we already pay you through the torturous volume of advertising. 


Wednesday, 22 September 2021

Can Stock Photo...made me giggle

It seems that 6 weeks ago I applied to Can Stock Photo (no link, why would I?) along with a number of other agencies, Getty, Adobe etc. I had honestly forgotten about their guys so was quite surprised to receive this message :
Yes a stock photo site managed to send an email with a broken logo. They require a photo ID? Indeed they do, every site appears to need a copy of a passport and if it was part of the application process then it was included, if it wasn't part of the application process I didn't include it. The question is, do I want to wait a week to apply again to Can Stock Photo when they send broken emails, clearly have a flawed application process and don't communicate for 6 weeks when all the other applications were done and dusted in a matter of days. Let me see now. No, this level of unprofessionalism isn't worth my time, but it is funny.