My husband commented last night that I seemed to be reading more now that I have a Kindle. That's true, and I wonder if it's because it's a shiny new toy or will the device really change my reading habits. I can tell you it's easier to hold than a paperback, certainly easier than a hardback, and much easier than reading on my laptop. Once the new wears off and I've burned through all these books I bought, I'll have to pay attention to what happens with my reading habits and see how having an ereader changes them.
Not only am I curious about the amount I'll be reading, I'm curious if this will change what I read. There are a lot of classics in the public domain available for free - will having a Kindle finally be the thing that gets me to read Pride and Prejudice? I would like to read more classics, but I so love a good trashy genre novel, so I'm not going to hold myself to any lofty expectations. We'll see how it goes.
I have not yet named my Kindle but I keep thinking I should. I thought of calling it Giles, after my favorite fictional librarian. Or maybe just The Precious. Let's pretend for a moment I have the skill to photoshop a picture of Gollum holding a Kindle. Sadly I don't, which is too bad because that would be an awesome picture. I do have this, though:
|My Kindle, with my book!|
Here's links where you can get Bring on the Night for your Kindle or Nook. It's quite the action-packed little story with a great kick-ass girl vampire, and I guarantee 100% of my royalties from your purchase will go toward more books for
*Let's just blame any goofiness evident in this post on that trip to the dentist, shall we? My mouth hurts. :(