By default, it sorts by the number, or alphabetically if there is no number. If you want to force a particular order, use the character to divide the number and the descriptor. So, " 0 prequel " sorts by 0 under the label "prequel. Series was designed to cover groups of books generally understood as such see Wikipedia: Book series.
Like many concepts in the book world, "series" is a somewhat fluid and contested notion. A good rule of thumb is that series have a conventional name and are intentional creations , on the part of the author or publisher. For now, avoid forcing the issue with mere "lists" of works possessing an arbitrary shared characteristic, such as relating to a particular place. Avoid series that cross authors, unless the authors were or became aware of the series identification eg. Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question.
So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works. Home Groups Talk Zeitgeist.
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And I really, really wanted to hate it. The hallowed gingham tent could surely be no place for a crude comedian like Noel Fielding.
Nor could acerbic-tongued Prue Leith ever be a match for dear old Mary. Then there were the rumours of rifts behind the scenes. Prue and Paul reportedly really disliked each other. A recipe for a successful series this was not, I thought. The camera pans in on the tent, where Paul and Prue stand with 12 beaming new contestants, and then out to a computer-generated hot air balloon, which Noel and Sandi are desperately trying to land.
From the off, the presenters are open about the huge shoes they have to fill. Sandi — the Danish-British comedian who also presents the TV quiz QI — is almost indistinguishable from Sue Perkins, with her quick-fire humour and deadpan asides to camera. Far more has been forecast — and feared — about Noel. He is, as expected, utterly daft, following Sandi around like a hapless puppy in his ridiculous bird-print shirt, threatening to take his trousers off and at one stage putting an entire inedible marigold in his mouth.
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But of all the new faces on the show, he is the biggest surprise. Paul, as ever, is prickly and to-the-point. But even he seems to have mellowed, dishing out two congratulatory handshakes in the first challenge alone. But, somehow, it works: what Prue lacks in warmth she makes up for in wit, wisdom and some fabulously loud necklaces. A health and safety inspector from Merseyside, Kate also dabbles in blacksmithing, furniture restoration and yoga.
She also loves the outdoors.
When she's indoors however, indulging in her love of baking, she is a fan of "old-fashioned" baking techniques. She taught herself to bake when she began to grow her own vegetables two years ago. Julia has spent three years honing her baking prowess so she could enter Bake Off. Hong Kong-born Yan moved to the UK when she was two. She started to bake seriously 10 years ago, working as a molecular biologist for the NHS.
Flo, from Merseyside, is retired and the oldest amateur contestant to appear on Bake Off to date. She met her late husband Richard when she was 21 years old and working at a sausage factory. Following Richard's death two years ago, her son Stephen encouraged her to take up baking. She bakes treats for his restaurant when she's not baking for the family - or 'having a boogie' with friends.
Former school teacher Stacey has fond memories of helping her grandmother make bread and butter pudding when she was a little girl. Stacey likes to incorporate her Jewish heritage into her baking, with a traditional homemade Challah with every Friday night dinner. A former Officer in the Royal Artillery, Sophie did not discover her talent for baking until making a birthday cake for a friend.
The psychology graduate, who lives in Surrey with her boyfriend, has also developed a passion for patisserie. When she is not baking, Sophie enjoys track cycling, rowing, teaching military boot camps and is also training to be a stunt woman.
Watch out for Flo, the Liverpudlian grandmother with a penchant for watermelon cocktails; Liam, the student who dares speak back to Paul; and pretty brunette Sophie, who provokes much hilarity when she moulds a champagne bottle out of fondant icing. The much-maligned ad breaks are, actually, not too bad. Minus Mary sob. Born in Brixton originally, IT programme manager Peter had a well-travelled youth. He lived in Nigeria from the age of seven and moved back to the United Kingdom when he was He has a wife, Tito and two children - Temi and Toni.
He was bitten by the baking bug eight years ago when he started making his own bread. He reckons one of his specialities a melt-in-your-mouth Macaron, based on a recipe from French pastry maestro Pierre Hermes. When he's not kneading dough he loves running on the beach, spinning, playing chess and badminton in his stomping ground of Essex. A software developer who loves the science behind baking and developing quirky flavour combinations. He is a cancer survivor and passionate about helping other people whose lives have been affected by the disease. He is married his wife's name is Catherine , and he loves sailing, travelling especially visiting bakeries and writing.