Monday, January 19, 2015

Mailbox Monday and I love my Tech Support but...

A couple of Mother's Days ago,  I received a Kobo e reader.  I'm not all that comfortable with it, so it's not what I grab when I'm going out the door.  Hence I've read very few books.  BUT, 2015 the deal is that I MUST use it a little more often.  So, when my latest read The Light We Cannot SEE, came up and I LIFTED it, I realized this was the perfect push I needed to get my e reader going.  So my memory of usage was somewhat foggy, I called my TECH support.  Love that Boy.!  My boy cleaned up my laptop and ... that's it.  So today I'm going to try to clear up the foggy usage and get on the e reader by weeks end, doesn't that sound like a great intention... Wish me luck, I'm about ready to toss it out the window.  The boys keep saying "you can do it Mom, you've done it before".


So nothing in my mailbox this week, not yet anyway.


7 comments:

Jackie Mc Guinness said...

You can do it. I've set up several with no issues. I also have the Toronto Public Library loaded so I can borrow books.

Nise' said...

I read chunksters on my e-reader too. Once you figure it out you'll love it.

At Rivercrest Cottage said...

I have a Kindle, but love reading a real book over E books. Hope you get the kinks out.

kelley jensen said...

I love my kindle! I like it better than paper.

Anna said...

I was dead set against an e-reader for the longest time, but I a friend just gave me her old Kindle, and I found that I actually enjoy ebooks. I won't say that I enjoy them more than hard copies, but I was pleasantly surprised by the experience!

bermudaonion said...

My problem with ebooks is I forget I have them. I hope you love the reading experience!

Jenny said...

I have never taken to ebooks. I don't have a Kindle but Erica does, and she says it's not all it's cracked up to be. Not that she is a voracious reader. I just love holding a book in my hand, dear Irene. xoxo

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