Here (again, hopefully) are the covers of the two books from this series that I've got, neither of which I've read at this point in time.
"Journal of a Young Rake", the first in the series, is on Abebooks at the moment from expensive erotica dealers Delectus (and at £8, hopefully it'll stay there)
Six books in the series altogether:
Journal of a Young Rake (Feb 1977) Journal of a Navvy (May 1977) Journal of a Prize-Fighter (Sep 1977) Journal of a Jailbird (Feb 1978) Journal of a Cavalry Officer (Jun 1978) Journal of a Slaver (Nov 1978)
The only moderator here is Demonik. I'm just one of the members.
What I've done to start with, is to put the image on Photobucket and choose a smaller size. If you want to login and click the Modify button, you can then either delete your own image or perhaps create a s104.photobucket.com/ account and replace your image with a resized one of your own.
I've made my own share of mistakenly oversized images in the past and it's nice to see some traditions of the original Vault are being maintained.
If there's any moving to do, Demonik will have to do that.
By the way, did I say welcome to the site! Hope you'll enjoy it here.
P.S. Not sure why these two images have come out different sizes.
"What are you going to do now, Quatermass?"[br][br]"Start again."
Post by franklinmarsh on Oct 22, 2007 19:34:07 GMT
Gig, Rog - well done. Brilliant. The young Paul Jones replaced by a smirking blonde Vernon Kay - with a bit more to smirk about. I don't care where these covers are posted, I'm just bloody glad they're here.
Hi, I collect this series--anyone have Journal of a Jailbird? I've found all the other ones (unfortunately, I can't scan them now, as my books are in a separate location from where I am), but can't find this elusive title.
I'm a bit of a LJ collector, but Jail Bird is the only one of the six to elude me as well! They're not that easy to track down at the best of times and a few of mine are rather dog-eared.
I was just scanning them for issue 7 of The Fanatic which has a LJ article, and whilst flicking through the pages I spotted a typical LJ in-joke. The name of the villain in Journal of a Slaver is Rockman. Which is the pseud LJ made up on the spot for a rather reluctant ken Bulmer a few years previous when Ken expressed concerns about penning entries to this dubious genre.