Thursday, January 19, 2012

E-books

I got a Kindle from my boss for Christmas, and can I just say that I think I'm in love? Don't get me wrong. I love my library of books. But for some books, especially really BIG ones that I can't hold in one hand without needing to wear a brace for three weeks after finishing the book, an e-reader is fabulous.


And now, for those looking for books to get on an e-reader (I also recommend reference books, books you aren't sure you want to purchase the hardcover of yet for your library, and books that are ON SALE as e-books) let me recommend the following (because I want a query critique from here):

  • Deborah Camp (A mix of contemporary and Old West Historical romances...over 40 coming in the near future, but here is a list of 10 or so available now)
  • Lorena Dureau (Historical Romance: American Colonial South and West. Very Sexy)
  • Dan Streib (thrillers with a James-Bond-meets-Anderson-Cooper main character)
  • Barbara Keesling (her too-hot-to-blog nonfiction is herehere, and here)

2 comments:

  1. I did not think I would love my kindle but I do :D
    Like you I´m not giving up on my library (and I will continue to add to it) but in the train, it´s quite comfy to have so many books at my fingertips!

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  2. It's so comfy! And you can get some pretty neat cases for them. I don't know if I ever would have bought an e-reader for myself...but now that I have one, I love it!

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