Monthly Archives: July 2011

Nook – A Year Later

Well over a year into my e-reader conversion, I am pleased to say I have no regrets. What drew me to an e-reader all that time ago has yet to disappoint me. The relative ease of finding books to read, purchasing books, carrying a library with me, etc. still satisfies me. Thinking I would end up missing the feel of paper books, I can say after over a year, I really haven’t looked back. I am finding I read so much more, and books I never thought I would, because it is right at my fingertips. I still love the satisfaction of finishing a book, and now I can easily begin reading my next book, so I am never at a loss for something new to read because I am usually anxious to begin my next book. Maybe someday I might read a paper book again, they still are lovely, but with a ferocious appetite for books I am finding it easier to feed the monster electronically, so I will continue my love affair with my e-reader :0)


Life with Colleen Mary

..and the occasional iced caramel latte.


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Everyday Asperger's

Life through the eyes of a female with Aspergers

Thought Catalog

Thought Catalog is a digital youth culture magazine dedicated to your stories and ideas.

Lily Hamilton

Fantasy Fiction writer and Amateur hobby artist

World of Woodnuts

Pop cartoons and artwork to inspire and entertain

Fisticuffs and Shenanigans

It was all fun and games, until the fisticuffs and shenanigans... -Deutschmarc

Climb to the Stars

life, love, books

Daphne Bach Greer

Finding Faith, Restoring Life, Igniting Hope

Random things from G

Interesting stuff from around my Life.


This is a novice attempt at expressing all the voices in my head

The Chocoholic Confessions

4 out of 5 dentists recommend this site

Damyanti Biswas

For lovers of reading, writing, travel, humanity

Unveiling the Veil

About Muslim Women. For Muslim Women. By a Muslim Woman.

Deborah Harkness

life, love, books

Cassandra Clare

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Making memories


Paul Militaru

Photography Portfolio

I Remember You Well

Things were happening... and I remember there was music playing.

Raising Hell

9-5+ working single mom. Occasionally accidentally funny. I've raised my fair share of hell over the years. Now I get to parent my own little hell raiser.

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