I must have imagined all the books I’ve been reading on my Kindle then…
“book·lov·er [book-luhv-er]: a person who enjoys reading books”
Print books, ebooks, audiobooks, library books, old books, new books, secondhand books, flipback books, and so on. The format does not, and should not, matter.
finally finished the tiger’s wife. it’s a good read. very mystical and interesting and written by a young 25 year old. seems like it would make a good movie. it took a long time because i’m reading a bunch of books including swamplandia! and last night at almost one in the morning i downloaded a free sample of the marriage plot: a novel by jeffrey eugenides. so far it’s awesome and i plan on reading it in hawaii. it starts out in rhode island which instantly captured me because of course, i have a thing for rhode island and my younger sister lives there.
Reblogging just because that cat is soooo judging you, and it makes me laugh.
Amazon announced today that Kindle and Kindle app users can now check out electronic books from 11 thousand local libraries around the United States.
You know, like we do with analog books. Except this time you receive the book via WiFi or USB.
Unlike analog books you can make margin notes and highlights and librarians won’t give you the stink eye for doing so.
Visit your local library’s Web site to see if it’s participating in the program.