I am so excited! My husband, Dion, just bought me the newest generation of the "Kindle2", plus a bunch of the accessories that go with it.
Here's a list of some of the accessories that he got for me:
- the USB cable
- the leather cover
- the two-year extended warranty
- LCD screen protectors
- AC and auto chargers
- the "Kandle" (an led book light--cool name for it, isn't it?)
- a "SkinIt" that covers it with a beautiful "Tinker Bell" design.
♥Dion♥ is so good to me. I ♥lurve♥ him! He's the best husband in the entire world.
Now I can use the "Kindle2" (at night when my husband is asleep) for doing my lessons from the Holly Lisle's "How To Think Sideways Career Survival Course For Writers" that I'm taking, instead of using my computer. I can send the pdf version of the lessons from my computer to my "Kindle2". Then I won't have to worry about going blind from eyestrain (reading from my computer), and I also won't have to be concerned about waking Dion up from a sound sleep, because the "Kindle2" is as quiet as a mouse: <<<<(Ooops! Wrong kind of mouse!)
Here is the front view of the Kindle:
And here is the back view:
I don't know about you, but I think my "Kindle2" is absolutely adorable!
So far, I've only been able to read a few books that I bought from the Kindle Store, but it was great. In addition to that, I have some books that I was sent in pdf form that I need to review, so I'm going to transfer them to my "Kindle2", as well. I find it very difficult to read pdf books on my computer (as I mentioned earlier)--it strains my eyes--and the "Kindle2" is the perfect solution!
After I have had/used the "Kindle2" for around 30 days, I'll review it here on my blog so you'll know what I thought of it. By then I'll know a little bit more about it and maybe I'll have some tips I can share. (Maybe I'll even be able to add some video footage, too--wouldn't that be cool?)
Until next time...stay safe, stay well, and may the Lord bless you all.
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