Nook E-reader and reading device
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  • I've filled shelves upon shelves in my home with many books I love and have either read or intend to read soon
  • I enjoy collecting from my favorite authors and love to take books with me wherever I go so I may always enjoy a good read
  • Here are a few things I really like about it and a few things I don't First of all I think it's a real treat that I can take countless books with me wherever I go
  • I like the ease with which I can get books, and I'm not very technology friendly
  • What I don't like about it would apply universally to all e-readers

    • by Lacy Pearl
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      I am a major book enthusiast. I’ve filled shelves upon shelves in my home with many books I love and have either read or intend to read soon. I enjoy collecting from my favorite authors and love to take books with me wherever I go so I may always enjoy a good read. Recently I received the Barnes and Noble Nook e-reader as a birthday gift.

      Here are a few things I really like about it and a few things I don’t First of all I think it’s a real treat that I can take countless books with me wherever I go.


      I often got picked on because when my hubby and I left for my parents cabin I always packed a bag that was full of books. I never knew which one I would like to read next, and I always hoped to get more read than I ever did.

      Having a device that allows me to literally have hundreds of books with me at any given time is a real blessing. If there’s not a book already loaded on it, all I have to do is a little shopping. And I don’t even have to leave home (when there’s wifi).

      I ...


      • find the text easy to read and easy on the eyes. I like the ease with which I can get books, and I’m not very technology friendly. I often freeze when hearing the words ‘down load.

        ’ But when it comes to the Nook, there’s nothing to it. Just go to Barnes And Noble, and within a few minutes a person will have exactly what they need. What I don’t like about it would apply universally to all e-readers.

        It doesn’t, nor will it ever feel like a real book. I love a great paperback, I love the smell, the texture

        and turning the pages. I love that it’s easy to lend a paperback to my father and brother and often enjoy doing so.

        I also love that my paperback will never run out of batteries. Both the Nook and a book, need a reading light, so that’s a wash. I don’t enjoy the prices that e-books are.

        I can get a novel from my favorite author used for under three dollars. Any of the cheap e-books are from unknown authors. Which is the final point of the e-book world.

        I miss the editors and the very worthy job they have held for years.




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