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Bookish Confessions: In Defense of E-Readers

Hey everyone. It’s me again, here to confess something else. I. Love. E-Readers.

I know that in the Reading Community there’s a divide between whether e-readers are good or bad. 547 more words


You don't need a Kindle or a Kobo to be able to read Kindle or Kobo e-books

Little known fact: you don’t actually need to actually own a Kindle or Kobo to be able to read e-books for Kindle or Kobo.

You can download a Kindle or Kobo app for your desktop, laptop, tablet or smartphone. 307 more words


A Luddite's Case for eReaders: 8 Reasons I've Embraced Digital

I love using my eReader for so many reasons.

Bear with me – I realise that I’m so late to the party that the decorations are on the kerb, but for the first decade of the eReader’s commercial availability, I had zero interest in using one. 860 more words


How to Pick the Amazon Kindle Right for You

Amazon’s Kindle e-readers are designed to do one thing really well: make it easier to read on the go. While the Kindle’s purpose is clear, it can be hard to choose the right model for you. 591 more words


Changes in Audiences and Their Reading Habits

Writing in the Online World: Changes in Audiences and Their Reading Habits

Whether you’re already a published author, or you’re just getting started writing, you can’t afford to ignore the realities of the writer’s new online world. 936 more words

Online Writing

Musing Mondays: Hardbacks vs Paperbacks

Musing Mondays is a weekly meme hosted at The Purple Booker which asks you to answer either the random question or one of the following prompts: 449 more words


Books Are Not Dying

A couple years ago, I was given a Kindle for my birthday. I remember being excited; I was ready to read my favorite classics on the same device wherever I wanted, eager to swipe the touch screen, anxious to download dozens of applications from the app store. 446 more words