I’m going to start an experiment.
I’ve been working on a book. Well, technically I’ve been working on about 8 completely different books at varying levels of completeness, but the one I’m thinking of right now is much more of a “thing I really want to get done” than an “idea that may or may not work out” which is where most of my book ideas are right now. I’ve got a decent start on it. I was doing fairly well at sticking to a schedule too.
And then I got a job. Read the rest of this entry »
I haven’t messed with this for a while, so I figured it was about time I updated this. It’s a pretty big change. First, the theme is different. This might change yet again, as I haven’t decided if I like it or not.
Second, I got rid of the “schedule” since we all know that I just don’t have one right now.
Third, I messed with the categories. I want to do more posts on food and parenting, which is to say, any posts on food or parenting. I’d also like to write more on writing, but that didn’t fit my “f” theme I had going on the menu bar. I dunno, that might be a little too cute. That might go away.
Only thing I haven’t done? Written a blog post. I guess that means I should do that at some point…
When the nook first came out, I fell in love. It was the first e-reader I’d found that I could actually use and enjoy. I still have it, and though it’s suffered a hairline crack in the page turn button from sheer overuse, in many ways it’s better today than the day I bought it, thanks to excellent software updates along the way.
That’s not to say that it’s still the best reader out there.
(insert collective gasps here)
In fact, I’d say that there really isn’t a “best” reader to buy right now, but a whole lot of options for different reading habits. There’s too many for me to look at all of them here, but I did take a look at the most recent and most common readers available for people in the US. Here’s my short, quick and easy shopping guide: Read the rest of this entry »