Tag Archives: e-readers

This Cracked Me Up by James L. Rubart

I love this guy. Why? I get this. I think he’s saying, “Why would I read a book on my Kindle if I can hold it in my hands?” Me too. I”m not down on e-readers. I have Kindle and … Continue reading

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Poll: ebook readers/iPads/Tablets

I saw this question on Goodreads and thought I’d ask this here: If you have BOTH an ereader (Kindle, Nook, Kobo, etc.) AND a Tablet (iPad, iPad Mini, etc.) or a smarphone, which do you use predominantly for reading ebooks? … Continue reading

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Kindle or Nook? by James L. Rubart

I’m just about there … ready to pick up an e-reader. (Yeah, I know, I’m behind the times.) I have the Nook app and the Kindle app on my computers and iPhone, but I don’t have the real McCoy yet. … Continue reading

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Summer Reading

With eighteen days of school left, everyone in the household has summer in mind. Lemonade packets face front in our cupboards and the hot chocolate hibernates in the back. My husband plans to drain the pool cover and ready things … Continue reading

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How do you choose a book?

While wondering how many Kindles, Nooks and e-readers were under Christmas trees this past holiday, I pondered whether such devices will change how we as readers choose the books we read. I admit I do the majority of my shopping … Continue reading

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