What if I told you there is a game console for books? Continue reading How Books Are Better On Consoles
Time to talk Paperwhite and upgrade some tech! Continue reading Newest Kindle Ticks The Right Boxes
eBooks are eAsy to eRead eVerywhere. Continue reading Kindle Rekindled Again
Hey, what’s your fave device to read eBooks on? Mine has been Amazon’s kindle, especially the Paperwhite. I’ve talked about its advantages over other options before. But I changed my mind (surprise), deciding to embrace only Apple Books. Yet this move isn’t totally practical, like shopping only at Target instead of Walmart. As mentioned, I’ve waved the kindle/eReader flag here: eReaders Are Not Dead The … Continue reading Kicked My Kindle To the Curb
Do you remember shopping at Sears, K-Mart, Toys-R-Us, Hastings, or another recently bankrupt business? What happened? One answer is e-commerce. And what company represents that most? The prime example is Amazon. Because 2-day shipping!? Yeah, well, that’s part of it. But there’s much more. Read my 99.9% spoiler-free review of The Everything Store to find out! Continue reading The Everything Store Review
Reading through Darth Plagueis has been enjoyable! The story and writing are great, the kind of fiction I savor. Part of me wants to go fast, but I also want to bask in the worlds of the galaxy. So I found two other Star Wars books I’m eager to enjoy in the near future: Shatterpoint and Catalyst. It’s exciting to find new good reads! Continue reading Star Wars Books!
Dune…and done! Finally, I finished reading an epic and classic story of our time. Why did I pick this one up to read? Because of accolades that it’s the best science-fiction ever – a fave genre of mine. And being praised on equal footing with The Lord of the Rings, it’s a literary duty to read Dune. Although it disappointed my science-fiction expectations, it was also a daunting delight. Continue reading Dune Review
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 The Case Of The Karaoke Killer Review