Dec 5, 2009

I Heart My Kindle

"I LOVE MY KINDLE 2!" If you are a serious reader put the Kindle on your next Christmas or birthday list. I wish all the BETA (experimental) tools available worked in Canada. A lot of the Kindle extras are not operational here but I'm sure they will be in the near future.

3 comments:

  1. Does it cost less to purchase books for your Kindle than ordering the actual paperback?

    Crystal

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  2. Yes, its anywhere from 50% to 90% less to buy e-books on amazon.com - new releases are priced at $9.99 U.S. (There is also a wide archive of old books in the $1.99-$2.99 price range) So if your an avid reader, you can't go wrong with purchasing a Kindle.

    ~Sandy

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  3. I agree with Sandy. Considering you are an avid reader, Crystal, the Kindle will save you money in the long term. I think in the near future paper books will be a thing of the past. Save a tree, buy a Kindle. Goodness...Amazon is going to love me for the all free advertising.

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