On Reading I – part 2: The lure of 100 free classics and other thoughts about my Kobo

The Heroin Diaries by Nikki Sixx

Initially, there was something comforting about those free, one hundred ‘classics’ — the thought of absorbing all those wonderful words but it turned out to be a false sense of comfort because too much choice is sometimes enough and the distraction resulted in a lot of fractured reading on my part. Either too much choice […]

On reading 1 — wherein I am briefly seduced by a Kobo

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Who knows? Maybe I get bored easily or maybe I’m just a whore for new technology. At any rate some months ago I was utterly, albeit briefly, seduced by a Kobo. With its 100 pre-loaded classics, its apparent ease of use, its gorgeously decorated skins, and everything it promised to offer, I was easy prey […]

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