We featured something like this when it was available to the US market. Now you can get the first edition literary cases for iPad and Kindle in the UK. Just in time for Christmas too – hurrah!
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There's a new Bond movie on the horizon, but as far as we're concerned, you can't beat the classics. In fact, you can't beat the original novels if you really want to get back to basics. Which brings us these James Bond novel Amazon Kindle cases.
The plus side of an Amazon Kindle is that you can carry around a seemingly endless number of novels around with you all the time, some costing pennies (or even free). The downside? Not as cool as carrying around a classic paperback. Which is where these Classic Novel Covers for the Amazon Kindle come in.
People will always need plates are long time favourites of this site, and now two of our long time favourite designs are available as notebooks.
Published by Anova ahead of the release of their book on 18 August, the notebooks feature either the Barbican or the Trellick Tower design printed on the cover. Each notebook contains 144 pages for your scribbles and own architectural inspirations and are 16.2cm. The books are finished off with an elasticated band.
The notebooks are priced at £6.98, but are currently available on a reduced price (the Barbican is currently the cheaper of the two) on Amazon,