I bought one book from Amazon kindle and I am still reading. It is a book on how to make games and it is not easy. Hahaha!
My list is pretty long. I see discounted books and the other books Amazon has to offer and it is too tempting. I just want to keep adding to my collection. I love the Kindle. It is amazing how one little device can hold so many books.
hmmmm... believe it or not I don't have a Kindle, but I have an endless reading list! I love all kinds of stories, including mystery, everyday life (Alexander McCall Smith's stories), including the series of the No. One Lady Detective Stories and the ones set in Scotland and anything well written. A couple of months ago I read a book about an FBI agent who specialized in stolen art and he was based in Philadelphia, PA, one of my favorite cities. So many books, so many choices!
On Kindle I am 5 deep. However, I still buy and receive bound books too and am behind 7. I try to keep up with my reading as much as I can, as it is a favorite pastime.
With that said, Kindle, which I am fairly new to, is very addictive. I hold myself back. Still, I predict that I will have many more on my reading list sooner than later, it is too easy not to, especially if you love books.
My reading list is super long! With all their free and discounted books I download like crazy. Some days I'll download 5 books in one sitting. I try to read everynight, because I love to read, and it helps me sleep better. There's probably 50 books on my kindle that I have read and about 75 waiting. I've only been using my kindle for 2 months!
I download books almost daily, afraid that someone is going to say, oops this is a mistake we are not going to put all these free books here! Lol. Love the classics that are available for free. Jane Austen is one of my all time favorite authors!
by Genna East 7 years ago
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by capricornrising 6 years ago
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