Posts Tagged ‘Amazon Kindle’

I read this article on the BBC News website about Amazon buying Goodreads. I’m sure you know all about Goodreads, most blogs I visit tend to have one of their widgets somewhere to show what books you’ve all read over the last few months. If you’re not familiar with the site then it is all […]

No, not the Bonnie Tyler type of hero. My printer died. This is not as bad as when your laptop dies or your smart phone beeps for the last time (I dread that day arriving!) but my tried and tested, lovingly trusted, tank-sized printer made the type of sound that stirs a horror writer to […]

Format: Kindle Edition File Size: 475 KB Publisher: Olivia Boler; 1 edition (25 Jan 2012) Sold by: Amazon UK, Smashwords, Amazon US Language English Website: Official Site Overview Journalist Memphis Zhang isn’t ashamed of her Wiccan upbringing—in fact, she’s proud to be one of a few Chinese American witches in San Francisco, and maybe the world. Unlike the well-meaning but […]

One of my first posts was about how Twitter made me buy a Kindle. It was all about the people I’d met on Twitter and wanting to download and read their books. Well, this was one of the books that made me write that post. The author, Mike Wells, was one of the first people […]

Let me start by saying that I am completely happy with my Kindle. I was a reluctant convert to e-readers at first, but the more books I read on it the happier I am that I bought one. I find it easier to read and easier to manage (no longer dropping the book on my […]

I don’t usually read speculative fiction but I’m glad that I downloaded Not Before Bed, which is a collection of short stories from the twisted mind of Craig Hallam! This is the second e-book that I downloaded when I bought my Kindle and there are plenty of great stories to entertain you on a cold, dark night. I enjoyed […]

I haven’t read a horror book for years. I bought a kindle to download books that I wouldn’t usually read and having *met* Ania on twitter I thought SEED sounded like a good book to start with. I usually take a week to read a book, fitting it in around writing and work (and sport). I’d read […]