Having just finished my 5th cozy mystery by Baker, I can say this: the author keeps changing things up! You’d think she would settle into a formulaic pattern, especially within a single series of cozies. But no. She keeps you guessing about more than just whodunnit! Continue reading Reviewing The Case Of The Karaoke Killer
The good folks over at the Good E Reader site asked a question this week. What would make you buy a new kindle? My white paperwhite is working well, but I’d trade it in for a new one if… Here’s some of my ideas. Continue reading Top Kindle Wishes
Who doesn’t like a book that’s unputdownable? I finished reading one (on my kindle paperwhite, of course) last week by Sarah Frier titled, No Filter. It is THE book about…Instagram! #reading #fortheloveofbooks This post is not a proper book review; I’m just sharing some things about the book. Continue reading Bookish Thoughts On No Filter
Where are all the e-readers with color e-ink screens? I’ve heard them talked about and have read reports of their development for years, but still no color e-ink available today. Not even on kindle. Do we need color e-ink? Maybe not for the actual reading experience. But who wouldn’t want color book cover art? What about text highlighted in real color? Sure, a tablet or … Continue reading Where Is Color E-ink?
The kindle is back, baby! For months, it was discarded in a drawer like last year’s fashion. My beloved white Paperwhite is the right device for reading. It is the Jedi Master of eBooks. No, better yet, it is the Yoda. Much to read, I still have! Continue reading The Kindle Rekindled
Tech devices keep evolving. The latest trend is dual screen folding devices. Samsung released the Galaxy Fold this year, and now Microsoft is heralding their own set of double screen gadgets. But where could this technology best be used? Continue reading Where Dual Screen Tech Is Best