Am I missing something?


#1

I know I’m the last person IN THE WORLD that still has a flip phone and barely know how to find MB, but what does this email mean? Is it suppose to look like this???

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That’s about 1/2 the page. I have no idea what it means.


#2

looks like a whole bunch of jibberish! Dunno


#3

If my DGD was a little younger, I would have thought it was from her. She would scribble on a paper or type like crazy and then ask you to read it.:laugh

Brag alert, brag alert —that DGD (5 1/2 yr old) now reads on a second/third grade level. :wub::wub::wub:


#4

Wow! That’s really good! I love reading…


#5

Her older sister is also a great reader. With her, we would get the same books out of the library and over the phone she would read to me. At first it would take about a week to get thru a Amelia Bedelia book. Fast forward a few yrs and last summer she was reading the Kingdom Keeper series. Not sure what the age level is for those books, but she was nine at the time.

I love the fact that they have all those tablet/games things, but still love reading a good old fashion book.


#6

Yes I have all kinds of ways to get books downloaded right away, however I like the feel of a book every once in a while


#7

I read on my kindle when traveling mostly. And it is nice to be able to eat and read at the same time, makes it so much easier to turn a page.
But lately I’ve heard reading on a tablet before bed isn’t good for sleep. The glow from the book interrupts something or other and keeps you awake. I have enough issues with sleep, so I’m sticking with paperbacks for awhile.


#8

Lately I have been doing the kindle hd which i can lower the light better, on my nook i have the nook light and I like it but the kindle has cheaper books most of the time. I am currently reading two paperbacks and its pretty nice to be able to feel the pages. I read every day during my lunch hour and it just takes me away. My kids love to read too, but they don’t do it as much as they used to. I always take at least 2 books when I go on vacation. Not for plane reading, but for relaxing before bed reading :slight_smile:


#9

Lately I have been doing the kindle hd which i can lower the light better, on my nook i have the nook light and I like it but the kindle has cheaper books most of the time. I am currently reading two paperbacks and its pretty nice to be able to feel the pages. I read every day during my lunch hour and it just takes me away. My kids love to read too, but they don’t do it as much as they used to. I always take at least 2 books when I go on vacation. Not for plane reading, but for relaxing before bed reading :slight_smile:


#10

Traveling is THE best reason for a kindle. I used to take 2 or 3 books with me. In case I hated a book, I took extras. But now I can have tons of books on the kindle. Although last trip DH was listening to music on my kindle on the plane so at that point I wish I had a paperback with me.

One of my best memories of recent trips, was sitting outside at the fire pit at AKL reading for an hour or two. Watching the fire, reading and a mug of coffee. Ahh the good life.


#11

…there is a website called “BookBub” that notifies you of discounted books to download…I get an email every single day with the latest discounts…most are under $3 Some of the books are brand new and they are trying to promote them…some are free…some were on the bestseller list last year or something like that. You can’t go wrong with a free book!!! I never pay full price for any books that I download to my Nook. I also use my iPad to read books from the local library…you can do that on the Nook as well but you have to hook it up to a computer to do the download… Check out BookBub…


#12

That’s a good tip, I’ll have to look into that.


#13

Hellooo, fellow readers! :slight_smile: Smallworld, I just joined BookBub and am really enjoying the emails! I use to spend (insert completely unreasonable amount of time here) browsing Amazon for free Kindle books - the BookBub emails make it so easy!

Also, don’t forget to check your library for free ebooks! I found out mine works through an app called Overdrive - you download the app, browse ebooks available at your library, and download books to your Kindle/device-of-choice! Instant literary gratification… for free! :slight_smile:


#14

[QUOTE=PrincessJill;1919094361]Hellooo, fellow readers! :slight_smile: Smallworld, I just joined BookBub and am really enjoying the emails! I use to spend (insert completely unreasonable amount of time here) browsing Amazon for free Kindle books - the BookBub emails make it so easy!

Also, don’t forget to check your library for free ebooks! I found out mine works through an app called Overdrive - you download the app, browse ebooks available at your library, and download books to your Kindle/device-of-choice! Instant literary gratification… for free! :)[/QUOTE]

…glad you like the Bookbub…and I am indeed reading the Harry Potter series on Overdrive from my library!!! :blush: