I'm a little late to this thread but as the author of that book I assure you all the reviews are real and I paid no one. :-)CupIsHalfEmpty said:Was it on brickset that they posted about this eBook?
It's a book that is a how to guide on how to open a bricklink store. I haven't personally read it and all the reviews seem suspiciously optimistic... But may be worth a read
P.s. remember to click through bricksets affiliate links if you do buy it.
Well, if you ever do make it here I could take you around to the book locations. As a kid, my dad actually sledded down the same hill as in the book. :-)bookmum said:As a big fan of Beverly Clearly's Portland set books I have always wanted to go there. I would definitely go to a lego museum if there is one there. (I will sadly probably never get there. Bit far from London UK).
Hey guess what! One of you chaps bought one so one of my BS rings will be on the Emerald Isle. Spread the love! :-)dagsbricks said:I would have been thrilled if one of mine made it to the UK!
I tracked yours down and good show! Some other fellow is attempting to sell them for about GBP 5.50 and he's drilled the hole smack in the middle of the tip!Kevin_Hyatt said:I put it in the box! My wife makes them, along with other LEGO brick keyrings, earrings, jewellery and stuff.
She sells them via her eBay store and Facebook page but I'm sure I could arrange a discount if any bricksetters wanted one. :)