Okay, so this shoebox of books I keep in my car isn’t technically a Kindle, but for me it serves the same purpose. Aside from the fact that my shoebox only holds around six books vs Kindle’s 1,500, it does provide a serviceable selection of reading material at a moment’s notice.
With all the waiting I do for Cait from after-school sports these days, I’m always sitting around with time to spare. Having a handy book helps pass the time.
Actually, truth be told, I’d love a Kindle. The advantages would be numerous for me — no more rooms full of book shelves, lots of trees saved, all the information I need on one device…
But, alas, the types of books I read (primarily nonfiction resource-type books) aren’t readily available yet.
So Amazon, Google, and B&N, would ya hurry it along and catch up already!
5 thoughts on “My Kindle”
Katherine, I think if everyone had the fore-site to listen to CDs while driving, road rage would all but disappear!
My kindle? CD books from the library. I’ve learned to get two now, in case the first one is a dud. But nowadays I wait for the children listening to a book… and traffic has become wonderful!
LOL. You are a clever one! And not too much on lite reading, I see. ;)
Oooh, “I Am That”! One of my all-time favorite Buddhist books! Awesome!
Sudoku and solitaire on my iPhone get me through long waits.