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greeny

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book or kindle
« on: December 23, 2013, 03:25 PM »
hi we were having a discussion about books and kindles , i have never been a book worm, but when i have read a book i like going into a book shop broues round and i love the smell of new books and enjoy a book i think better then a kindle which my better half ,as she  prolific reader and i think the books would be up to the roof if she had bought books  ,  but what ever the advantages the kindle have , i prefer a good old fashion book , when i am in the mood to read, what are your choices book or kindle :)

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Re: book or kindle
« Reply #1 on: December 23, 2013, 04:51 PM »
hi we were having a discussion about books and kindles , i have never been a book worm, but when i have read a book i like going into a book shop broues round and i love the smell of new books and enjoy a book i think better then a kindle which my better half ,as she  prolific reader and i think the books would be up to the roof if she had bought books  ,  but what ever the advantages the kindle have , i prefer a good old fashion book , when i am in the mood to read, what are your choices book or kindle :)

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Re: book or kindle
« Reply #2 on: December 24, 2013, 01:18 PM »
Had the basic Kindle for a while, good for book collections, Jane Austen, Shakespeare, Charles Dickens and definitely practical for holiday reading. Still enjoy a good book even so, often favourite authors are not in e-book format. 
Too Shy - or bell, book and Kindle, hey?
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Re: book or kindle
« Reply #3 on: December 31, 2013, 07:24 PM »
Got the Nook for our Jean!
I think the attraction is the books at 99p you can get as well as having an Android tablet for other things.

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