E-reader revolt: I'm leaving youth culture behind
I find the author's initial response very interesting, and something I have thought about myself, though - not enough to not use an e-reader myself of course! Are we really that nosy as a society, that we can't NOT know what our neighbor on the bus/train/plane etc is reading? I hope not. Books are for personal enjoyment, and not to be read over other people's shoulders. And, frankly, you could still do that with an e-reader. :)
Friday, September 3, 2010
Wednesday, September 1, 2010
Synopsis from Barnes & Noble:
When her wedding planner is murdered, Katie Ray is forced into close proximity with bad boy PI Carl Hades - and into reconsidering the man with whom she wants to spend the rest of her days.
Weddings Can Be Murder by Christie Craig - Okay, gotta say - I read this because.... we're getting married and I saw the title, and couldn't resist! :) But, this book was not only fun to read, it was well-written. A bit predictable, but overall, this is a fun, and pretty fast read that isn't over the top in the wedding theme, and has enough twists to keep the reader flipping the pages!