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
Baker is at it again this year with her newest cozy mystery set of books. I knew I wanted to give’em a try and finally jumped in. This past weekend I read the first in the series called, The Case of the Missing Finger. Continue reading Reviewing The Case Of The Missing Finger
Picked up my kindle to read the other day. It has a 6″ screen, which is smaller than my 6.4″ smartphone display. Yet it’s bigger! And, of course, better. I think. You see, my phone is tall and skinny, so it fits the hand. But the kindle is less rectangular and closer to a square-ish shape. That’s key. The aspect ratio makes the difference. The … Continue reading A Square-ish Screen
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?
An intriguing question popped up from the Good E Reader site this week. It asked if tablets (the iPad…) killed eReaders. This, of course, piqued my interest. The iPad was my primary computer, and I love my kindle. But there’s a bigger question begged here. Are eReaders dead? Continue reading eReaders Are Not Dead