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Jane Wilson

 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 81% (176 of 217)

 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 27,332 - Total Helpful Votes: 176 of 217
Sage 50 Accounts For Dummies 2014 by Jane Kelly
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars A bit misleading, 8 Mar 2014
I would be careful with this book. I read it thoroughly before I used it, and noticed a few errors - for example, how to post a credit. There is one entry on this that does not mention a credit at all, and the paragraph is only about currency. Also it misleads on how easy it is to use Sage, and does not deal with complicated issues like director's loans. I think the book should warn much more than it does about needing some accounts training. I would use it but only after a course. I am not going to buy another Dummies book. Sorry. I made mistakes using this book and now am on a course, Money much better spent. Be warned. yes, the layout is good and yes it seems like it will give you… Read more
An Unexpected Affair by Jan Ellis
An Unexpected Affair by Jan Ellis
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I didn't expect, from the cover of this book, to find this story so entertaining and funny. It came recommended by a friend, so I read it - but I didn't expect to laugh out loud. The cover looks kind of dreamy and distant, but the story is in fact sharply observed and told with laughter and warmth, with a bit of irony for the genre itself.
Set in an archetypal seaside resort, in a bookshop struggling to survive in today's climate, with typical romcom characters, the story is enlivened by its warmth and humour, and a swipe at anyone pompous. There's a knowingness to the style that makes you laugh as all the funny eccentric characters are introduced, and the humour is wicked at times… Read more
Classic Story Collection For Girls - set 2: What K&hellip by Susan Coolidge
This lovely presentation pack of books is a great gift for a birthday or special treat. It has depth in the choice of stories, which range from Little Women, to European fiction in The Silver Skates to the classic of The Railway Children, to What Katy Did and The Wizard of Oz. I bought this for my god daughter who is just nine - the stories are abridged. She is not a great reader but still loves to be read to before bed, and this set is going down very well. The stories are abridged well, and are a good way of introducing her to 'classics' which up to now she has wrinkled her nose at. Most of the time she watches TV, including classic black and white family films, and is otherwise reading… Read more

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