Bookshelf Porn for people like me?)
But now I am in trouble. I have read 4 books on my Nook - and I am ruined for the printed page. I am stunned to admit this. On the brightly lit, large fonted Nook, I speed through books tirelessly. When I picked up a paperback to read yesterday, I struggled after an hour or so. Again tonight, I read a few pages and started squinting and wondering why it's printed in such pale ink. I have to stop every few pages and rest my tired, old eyes.
This is such a bittersweet thing for me. I was thrilled to read the 500 pages of Edgar Sawtelle quickly, effortlessly. It was such a wonderfully different book. I was excited to get to a Susan Isaacs book as a fun antidote to the sad ending of Edgar - after just 58 pages I found myself looking at the B&N site to see how much it would cost to download it onto my Nook.
I am such a goner.
2 weeks ago