Category Archives: ebooks and ereaders

Book or eReader… my preferences

Although I have literally thousands of hardcover books at home (books do furnish a room – the quote is correct) – I MUCH prefer reading on my Kindle Paperwhite. My reasons are thus: 1.  I can read outdoors and in … Continue reading

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“Deadline” by John Dunning

To some ardent bibliophiles ebooks are an irreverent format that is somehow disrespectful of books and their history.   Nothing being so sacred as the written word on paper, the feel of a book in your hand etc.  And don’t misunderstand…. … Continue reading

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“The sleeper” by Gillian White

As daylight becomes shorter, there is nothing so comforting as a good novel.  “The sleeper” set in the dark days of December leading up to and including Christmas certainly fills the bill.  To say this novel is atmospheric is an … Continue reading

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I’ve joined NetGalley

I’m excited to now be a reviewer for NetGalley. With hundreds of publishers providing books, NetGalley has thousands of titles to choose from. I’ve begun reading my first title from them: “The sleeper” by Gillian White. For my review of … Continue reading

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My Sony Reader: things I learned the hard way

More and more people are joining the community of ebook readers. I had a doctor’s appointment last week and witnessed three different people reading with ereaders in the waiting room! Their size and portability is a great feature. I received … Continue reading

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