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16 June 2012 @ 02:42 pm

I'm about to cave in and buy a Kindle! I have let my bookshelf know I won't read any book on the Kindle that I already have a paper version of, unless I forget to take my book to work/away with me :).

danae_love on June 17th, 2012 10:57 am (UTC)
Oh gosh no, I love hearing your input!! Books are your thing!!!

Oh wow!!!! I want to see that book! Sounds like Alexander Pope was onto a good thing indeed! And you got to touch it! I'm jealous!!

Hahaha, I would've nearly passed out touching a handwritten signature like that as well!

Oh yes!! It's always something to look out with when it comes to classics! It was easy with books as you just always make sure it's unabridged (though some people don't think to do that and end up with abridged versions). But with e books it'd be so much harder to check and monitor. I'm scared now! Any tips? I usually go through Project Gutenberg or Adelaide Uni's collection which is available online :).

True true, there is something nice about page turning. Much easier to go back to earlier pages too.

I'm definitely loving the Kindle for recipes!! And last night I sat and read every page of The Everyday Happy Herbivore, which is the first time I've ever read a cookbook cover to cover!

I'm glad we've had this chat :)