If you are a reader of my blog you will know that I bought a 6" Kindle towards the end of last year.
Since then I've read 6 books on the Kindle which I suppose is not so many, but I am really looking forward to taking it with me when I have some long plane journeys at the end of February.
There's been quite a bit written this week about the release of promotional stuff about the Apple iPod which I think is designed to rival the Kindle DX released on January 19.
And then today there has been quite a bit of discussion on one of the mystery lists I belong to of the implications of this headline in the New York Times.
Amazon Pulls Macmillan Books Over E-Book Price Disagreement
The disagreement appears to be over Amazon's desire to set the price of an e-book at considerably lower than that of the paper version.
I must admit I was taken aback yesterday when I looked at buying a particular an e-Book, and found the price was the same as a paper copy. I've since found the Amazon version is much cheaper
So what about you - are you reading e-books?
If you are, what have you chosen?
If not, will you ever buy an e-book reader do you think?
Here are some of my e-book and Kindle posts
- Review: BLOOD OF THE WICKED, Leighton Gage
- Review: UR by Stephen King
- Review: THE SERPENT POOL, Martin Edwards
- Review: THE GIRL WHO KICKED THE HORNET'S NEST, Stieg Larsson
- When Kindle finds BookSeat
- Reading Digitally or Kindly
- Review: LIVING WITH YOUR KIDS IS MURDER, Mike Befeler
- Review: EXECUTIVE LUNCH, Maria Schneider