I have recently discovered the decedant world of eBooks. Electronic books at the tips of your fingers. So many to choose from and it's so easy, you can download with the click of a button. You hardly feel the cash slipping effortlessly out of your account.
Apps like ibooks, amazon kindle and borders ebooks make it easy to download oodles of books. In the mood for a classic? There are apps loaded with classics, some of them are free. 'Classics' by Andrew Kazmierski has the best rating and comes recommended by Apple. It has realistic page turning visuals and sounds. Of course most of the book apps like amazon and borders offer free classics as part of their package.
I have found that reading on my i-phone is a little frustrating because the screen is so tiny. A kindle would probably be better. The advantage is that I can hold it in one hand. I can read in a restaurant and not have to balance the book. Finding the page is fast too, but where do I put my cute bookmarks?
So, when you publish that book of yours, will you go the ebook route? I think I would. I always check to see if a book has that option now. I'm not saying that my regular books are history, I'm just looking to the future.
Thursday, September 9, 2010
There are worms in my fridge. I find it disturbing. It's not because of bad hygiene and rotting food or anything uber-disgusting like that. It's just that my husband has become all consumed with a passion for fishing. Thus we have worms.
In the past month we have eaten walleye, perch, bass, bluegill and carp. When will the madness end. Frankly, I don't think there's much hope. I may start a fish based recipe site. If you can't beat 'em, join 'em.