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pagancountrygirl 64F  
6466 posts
9/8/2021 4:32 pm

I love books. I also love my kindle. My first one was a Christmas gift 10 years ago. Then I bought myself a new one almost 3 years ago. Sometimes I miss the feel and weight of a book. And the convenience of skipping ahead or going back easily. But the kindle has hundreds of books on it. I'd need a small U-Haul truck to carry them around! lol

Hmmmm....I know I left that wand around here somewhere!

lonlyforlove2 79M  
32704 posts
9/8/2021 4:50 pm

Old habits are hard to break, even if a new one if formed and seems better.. Have a good evening , just another rainy night here in Georgia..

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resant78 43M  
3326 posts
9/8/2021 5:34 pm

I wonder if I would read more if I had a kindle????

You make very good points!

CleavageFan4U 65M  
69374 posts
9/8/2021 5:41 pm

How is it at the beach with the sand and sun glare?

Happy HNW.

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Paulxx001 65M  
22616 posts
9/8/2021 6:08 pm

Sounds like, or should I say, reads like a plan.

pacnwlover42 53M  
9808 posts
9/8/2021 8:21 pm

Wow, over 100 books! That’s impressive! What kind of books do you read?

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spunkycumfun 61M/67F  
41166 posts
9/9/2021 2:11 am

You are a voracious reader! Happy HNW.

Weeload2 58M
1104 posts
9/9/2021 6:00 am

There is an interseting topic, Kindles. I have had them brought to me before to see if I could regain life into them so to speak. In this techno age there are still people who are computer illiterate or low on knowledge. Most repairs were to 'build a memory' back up in the battery so they would hold or take a charge. Neglect had killed their batteries on them. Often asked if they will loose their books on there once it is dead, I said no, lol. I simply suggest that they download the Kindle app on their pc, mac or google book and tablets. Their books are stored on their account and can be read on those devices using the Kindle app. You wanna know what is really weird ? Connect a kindle to the internet and browse it once. Internet is in black and white and low resolution. Like browsing hte internet in another dimention !! hahaha. We have a Kindle here so I have messed with them (you know how I like technology, I messed with the Fire Operating system to see what it is all about. Pretty basic. My better half didn't want a cheap one so I think we dropped around $160 on ours back in the day. They can be had for pretty cheap these days. Personally, I would just get a tablet and download the app on it to read books with. You can use a tablet for so much more plus they have better screen resolutions


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citizen4722 64M  
74582 posts
9/9/2021 7:17 am

I used to have a lot of those big 'coffee table' books but I took a number of them to a charity shop recently.
You're a real page-turner B.J.
Happy HNW

aman4u1962a 59M
1979 posts
9/9/2021 9:06 am

I've tried to read ebooks on kindle and other devices, but I always go back to real books.

"But it does keep me from peeking ahead..."
Speaking of peeking, that picture is a great peek at you!

PonyGirl1965 56F  
22090 posts
9/10/2021 1:05 am

I still read books with paper pages though I bought my kids Kindles. Maybe one day I will make the switch

Erogedyne 70M  
1119 posts
9/10/2021 8:37 am

I prefer the real thing to the Kindle app on my tablet, but oh, the convenience! It works so good while traveling, and I can borrow from the library without leaving my easy chair.

Just livin' the dream! (please don't make me wake up)

missthee 56F  
4511 posts
9/10/2021 1:41 pm

Congrats on the reading score!

One of my bad habits is snooping in on what commuters are reading in the bus or metro trains. From a distance I try to guess by the cover what the title or author or genre may be. If I can't easily see the book cover or spine I will try to reposition myself in order to get a better look. For example, the Stephen King books are easy to identify, both for the Greek as well as the Greek editions. The 50shades series, most Scandinavian crime writers, and other similar books are dead giveaways.
Once in a while there will be someone who's gone so far as to cover the book in newsprint or gift wrap to mask what they are reading. My imagination runs wild over what that could be... I may even get closer to try to see if there's a header on the page with the name of the chapter, the title, or the author.
Commuters with e-devices are so frustrating as I can't play the book game.

smartasswoman 64F  
35813 posts
9/12/2021 1:31 am

Like someone else mentioned, I love being able to instantly get an eBook from the library at any hour of the day.

Your nephew must have Kindle Unlimited- clever of him to put your device on his account! I’m not sure I would want a nephew to be able to see everything that I read, lol.

lindoboy100 59M  
23969 posts
9/13/2021 7:31 am

McBeej, I could get lost in there.......I could also get lost in my kindle.

I do quite frequently too! I converted to an e-reader after many years of resisting it, and I love it now.

hippiechick1967 57F  
13154 posts
9/13/2021 3:45 pm

I still do books for leisure. I read a lot of stuff for work every day on the screen so I find a book a nice change of pace.

Elevate me...

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