Tuesday, June 22, 2010

My Nightstand -- June



This is easy. I've declared it a Month of E-reading, so that's it. I'm currently reading Annexed on my Kindle, and I would like to get started on one of the books in the 100 Classic Books application that I have for my Nintendo DS XL, but I haven't decided which yet. I'm thinking perhaps some Jane Austen that I haven't read yet. Amanda is currently using it to read Alice in Wonderland.

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13 comments:

Windows Wide Open said...

I've yet to venture into any e-reading platforms...just haven't felt the urge. I know my daughter would probably love such--she's reader and also a huge techjunkie!
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bekahcubed said...

Ahh--the simplicity of your "pile" makes e-reading sound nice. But I already spend so much time in front of a screen, what with blogging and thesis writing--I don't know that I'd want to do it on my off time too (not to mention that I wouldn't feel comfortable reading an electronic device in the bath!)

Lisa notes... said...

I’m currently reading Pride and Prejudice on my Kindle. I’ve already downloaded so many free books there that it’s overwhelming. But I have enjoyed e-reading far more than I thought I would. So convenient to have so many books in one place! Can’t wait to take it on vacation and travel much lighter than normal. Enjoy your month of digital reading!

Carrie said...

I've started in a bit on the Nintendo reader. I'll be curious to hear Amanda's thoughts on that.

Kara said...

I never thought I'd like any kind of e-reader, but I love the convenience of the Kindle and Stanza apps on my iPod touch! I read on it nearly everyday! I just downloaded iBooks yesterday, so we'll see how that one works for me!

jesuscallsmehisprincess said...

You are just simply too cool! :-) when it comes to reading, I'm still a old fashion. Enjoy your reading!

morninglight mama said...

Oh, it's so compact and neat but with SOOOO many reading options. LOVE it!

Beth said...

I am currently reading Every Though Captive by Jerusha Clark, but I think it will take me awhile since my Kindle isn't my first choice to pick. I need to have an e-book month. Great idea!

Lisa writes... said...

Jane Austen: always a good choice! :)

Upstatemomof3 said...

I feel so old because I want no part in the e-book thing. I like books. I like the way they feel on my lap when I am reading and the way they look on my book shelf. I just cannot get into the e-book thing.

mommablogsalot said...

I'm very intrigued by the 100 classic books, I might have to pick it up.

Veggiemomof2 said...

I was just reading about that classics game on the DS & wondered if my kids would read it.

Katrina @ Callapidder Days said...

I just read almost an entire book via e-reading yesterday, and started another. I don't think I'll be doing it for a month straight, but I don't mind it at all, and it certainly is convenient for portability.