Since the demise of my Sony eReader (yes, the battery squawked and died, so the reader is a ghost now), I’ve been forced to read any ePub format books on my netbook, using the Adobe Digital Library software, as the universe as seen fit not to provide a decent ePub format reader for Blackberry Storm cellphones yet. The major inconvenience is driving me crazy.
But, I was interviewed recently for Two Lips Reviews (which will go public some time in April) and that interview guilted me into picking up again Wayne Dyer’s You’ll See It When You Believe It, as a way of combating negativity and disapproval. Yes, yes, I really am an insecure writer!
On my desk right now: Guerrilla Marketing for Writers. An oldy but a goodie. I bought it before ebooks were really much of a thought in anyone’s minds, so now I’m stuck with the paper copy. <grin>
On my cellphone, in the Mobipocket reader: The Moon Is A Harsh Mistress by Robert Heinlein. Going back to my SF roots.
And on my cellphone in the eReader: Moon Kissed by Michele Hauf, a Harlequin Nocturnes title. I’ve only just started it — literally a page or two in. I made the mistake of buying the second one in a series, so I’m not sure I’ll be getting much further on, though. I keep going back to Heinlein instead.