Monday, March 8, 2010


Three months into owning my NOOK and I still love it. I love how easy it is to browse the "store," download samples, all of the free books, and how I always have a library with me when I'm in a long line, waiting for my kids at one of their MANY after school activities, or when I travel.

I have saved as much as the device costs on the discount for ebooks, and that doesn't include the free books I have downloaded.

I still go to the library and I still buy "hard copies" of books for my "keeper shelf," but most of my reading so far this year has been on my Nook. I can't believe how quickly I transitioned to an ereader.

If you are considering buying an ereader, this chart
may come in handy.


Do you have an ereader? If so, which one? What do you like about it? What are you reading now?


  1. No, I don't. Interesting concept, though. I have friends who enjoy theirs.


    Sheila :-)

  2. Chère Madame,

    Thank you for coming to see my angel Penny. She is a true sweetheart, a commarade in creature capers on our team blog NOWHERE and an artist with soul. AND....I was looking at these Nooks a while back and you like it, hey? I must follow your recommendations because it would be so much easier, wouldn't it?

    Give a hearty BONJOUR to the little men for me! Anita

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  4. Magpie, Ereaders aren't for everyone, but I think there will soon be books that are only "printed" in electronic form.

    Anita, you're welcome to borrow my Nook and try it out. One thing I love about it is being able to carry my Bible with me at all times.

  5. I've got a Kindle, and I love it! I've had it for almost 3 years, and I definitely read more books now. I commute to work on train or bike, so the light-weight portability is great, and the lower cost of the books is so nice.

  6. Glad you like your Kindle, Jenn. My S-I-L has one and loves it, too.

    Isn't it fun to have great choices for eReaders? I hope it does encourage more people to read, and for readers to read more like you have.

    Happy reading.