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Edith Wharton and art, pt. 1

Recently, due to poor eyesight, I discovered the pleasure (and relief) of audiobooks. As someone who reads (and reads and reads), it was so distressing not to be able to. 660 more words


Free Books, or: Bookworm's Pleasures on the Internet

I got a new Kobo for my birthday, as the one I’d bought myself six years ago is in the process of giving up its electronic ghost. 698 more words


How to Download Audiobooks to a Tablet

Many of us, at one time or another, have wanted to listen to audiobooks offline. Today, I’ll show you a fast, easy way to do that, using a free source called… 795 more words


Lord Byron Was Not A Serial Killer

I have a confession to make. I don’t read books. At least, not to any great length. I use them for research but never for leisure and rarely in their entirety. 467 more words

Helen Keller's fabulous book called "The World I Live In"  from Google Play Books

The World I Live In, Helen Keller.


When you read the first chapter you’ll be amazed that Helen Keller could not see or hear anything for as long as she lived. 164 more words