Thanks but I prefer the old-fashioned way, reading the actual book. I don't like this idea of reading from a flat-screen. That's what books are for, to read and relax and I find holding a book is more relaxing.
Em & Taz
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There are also free book for the NOOK. When you shop for books just enter 0.00 in the search area and it will display free books. Most of the free books I have downloaded are very good. Have even searched for more books by some of the authors. The NOOK also lets you download library books.
For those of you with Kindles that are on Facebook, do a search for "Free Books For Kindle" - the person running the page lists free books on a very regular basis. Almost anybody can find something to read, and even though the books are free, most are quite good! Of the 150 books I have on my Kindle, I think I might have only paid for 15-20 of them.
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