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FAO Theo - an awkward problem........

Discussion in 'Book club' started by jonkers, Mar 11, 2011.

  1. jonkers

    jonkers New commenter

    I have a kindle that I use just for reading purposes, free and paid for books. I have down loaded some revision texts for my daughter, Iliad, Odyssey, that sort of thing, for holiday revision at Easter. My problem is, that, whilst in my cups (I know, I know) I have down loaded several 'novels' of an erotic nature that I would not want a teenager (or my mother or anyone else for that matter) to access. Some of these are so badly written and deviant that I want to get rid of them completely but there are one or two that it would be quite nice to keep but hidden.
    I suppose my question is, how do I get rid of the ones that (as a teacher) I want to go through with a red correction pen and would put in the bin if they were a physical entity and the few I would like to keep but with access only for me. If this is not possible, how do I get rid of the whole lot permanently?
    Many thanks, Mrs J.
     
  2. TheoGriff

    TheoGriff Star commenter


    I'll quote YOU to Mrs TG too! She needs to learn to appreciate me a bit more, I think.
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