Quick Hit: Reading

I purchased Stephen King’s latest, 11/22/63, as an ebook yesterday! And I’m completely hooked.  I’m enjoying reading so much that I’m skipping blogging today.  I’m sure you’ll all understand…

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8 responses to “Quick Hit: Reading

  1. I read it – I thought it was one of the best books I read last year.

  2. Oh, I LOVED this book!!!

  3. Please tell me – either or both of you – that it doesn’t have a typical “done-in-50-pages” Stephen King ending. The last few novels of his I’ve read (The Stand, specifically) have had TERRIBLE endings…

    I’m about halfway through, and I literally can’t put it down.

  4. The ending was somewhat predictable, but wasn’t like any other Stephen King ending I can remember.

  5. Rufus

    Hi,
    I’m in the market for an eBook reader/tablet, and I was wondering if you would recommend the Nook. Which ereader do you use? Is there any particular reader you would recommend?
    Thanks

    • Rufus, I read on my iPad. I’ve downloaded the programs for Kindle and Nook on it (it came with iBooks already installed), as well as the program that lets me download books on loan from my library. I have read on all of them and found precious little to distinguish them to the point that I’d be able to express a preference.

  6. I use a Nook – the most simple, smallest, black and white version. I love it. I suspect I would love a Kindle as well, but I chose a Nook because there’s a Barnes and Noble nearby and sometimes I like to kill time there, and on my Nook I can read anything in their e-library for free when I’m in the store.

  7. Oh I get it- LOVE the KINGPEN! Pun totally intended.

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