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Category Archives: Kindle
I purchased my first Kindle back in 2010 (can’t believe it’s been almost five years). At that time, I bought the newest one available, the 2nd generation with 3G. It was the keyboard variety. Twice I almost extinguished my Kindle … Continue reading
So you’ve purchased a Kindle ebook from a publisher or won one in a contest and you’re wondering how to put it on your Kindle. The simplest way is to email it to your Kindle: Download the book to your … Continue reading
Here’s a happy shocker: 44 percent of romance novels purchased are ebooks. That’s up from 22 percent the previous year. Yep. Ebook romance sales doubled from the first quarter of 2011 to the first quarter of 2012. That 44 percent … Continue reading
So you’ve finished the Fifty Shades of Grey trilogy and you’re thinking, now what? If you’re new to the erotic romance/erotica market, the choices can be overwhelming and you may not know how to whittle down the list of options. … Continue reading
On a recent out-of-town trip, I needed to connect with someone whose phone number I did not have. I was able to use my Kindle to connect to the internet and get the phone number. Now, if you have a … Continue reading
I read an Internet article that attempted to debunk the arguments favoring buying an ebook reader: saving money, convenience (books are too heavy), saving the environment, and instant gratification. Moneyland on Time.com conceded that an ereader does offer instant gratification … Continue reading
Since I got a Kindle in July 2010, I’ve acquired eighty-two ebooks. I purchased the vast majority of them, although I won several in various contests on various blogs (you really should enter, the odds of wining are quite good). … Continue reading
You can find great deals for Kindle books on Amazon. But sometimes the deals are better direct from the publisher. But when you buy from a publisher, what you get is usually a PDF file. You can read a PDF on … Continue reading