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Yay! Virtual Book Machine

Posted by Aderia , Dec 27 2011 · 40 views

Like the brainy intellectual that I am, I took a post-holiday trip to the local Barnes & Nobel bookstore today. I went in with three gift cards from various relatives, and ended up leaving with a Nook. Cute, right? So for those of you with electronic book-reading device thingies, do you find you like them more than 'real' books? Because I'm really liking how nifty this ebooky is.

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Perfectly honest with you, I'd love to get an ebook. Cheaper prices and I've heard the screen doesn't hurt your eyes at all. =o

Plus full download for immediate reading, and while I love my books, you never have to worry about them being bent up or pages torn.
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Haha, and no papercuts!

but yeah, i got mine for $99, not counting the cover or warranty. So far, I really like it. I'm not sure what the difference is between a Nook or a Kindle or any of the other types of ebooks, but the salesman at Barnes&Noble said that the book selection for the Nook is a lot larger than the Kindle's, and so is storage space and battery life.
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The people at the store will obviously give you a better opinion of thier product. It might be true, but with e-readers, battery really isn't really a problem.
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I personally prefer books, there is something comforting of the way they feel in my hands.
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Library

Since the topic for my old 'library' has long ago dropped off the face of the planet into the backpages of this site, here are my current works housed on BZP.

Epics
Faux: Reveiw Topic (In Progress)New!!!

Short Stories
Obligation*
The Ga-Matoran Who Couldn't Swim*
Lessons of the Past*
Turn Your Tears to Roses*
Sound the Bugle*
Forget the Mountain*
Walking Her Home
Thankful Hearts
Masquerade*
Black Diamonds
Long Live*
The Lonely
All Our Sins Remembered
Perfectionist
Reality's Fantasy
Dark VanityNEW!!

COT Short Stories

River, Oh River, Flow Gently For MeNEW!!

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