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Thread: Free Kindle books

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    Super Member ssgramma's Avatar
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    http://www.amazon.com/gp/bestsellers...xt/154606011#1

    I just scored a bunch of new ones and they are mostly 400-500+ pages!

    Between quilting, SPRING, life etc I haven't been reading much lately - usually just a few minutes at bedtime. And with over 100 books waiting for me on Kindle (which I pronounce Kendoll LOL) I hadn't checked in a while.

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    Just sent the link to my niece who loves her Kindle.

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    Ah, thanks! Your timing is perfect. I just got one for my birthday and last night started reading up about it. I bought 4 books, very cheap but I need to get my WiFi connection in the Kindle.
    Thanks for the link~!!
    I know I'm going to love this thing! My son knows his Mom :)

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    I have a "Nook" and I'm loving it ... I still like to read real books though.

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    Ain't free books great? I have a nook, and I can find free stuff there also. I love my nook, but I still go to books for stuff.

    My favorite quote for books is from Rupert Giles (Buffy series):

    Smell is the most powerful trigger to the memory there is. A certain flower, or a-a whiff of smoke can bring up experiences long forgotten. Books smell musty and-and-and rich. The knowledge gained from a computer is a - it, uh, it has no-no texture, no-no context. It's-it's there and then it's gone. If it's to last, then-then the getting of knowledge should be, uh, tangible, it should be, um, smelly.

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    Senior Member Baysidegal's Avatar
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    Thanks for the link! I love my Kindle.

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    I love my KIndle!!! I've downloaded a couple dozen free books, so havent put out any money yet and I'Ve been reading every night and some days darn near all day. Well, I was having some back and hip pain, so sewiing was out for a couple of weeks. Did a little today though.

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    Senior Member EdieClay's Avatar
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    I love, love, love my Kindle. Although I think the 1-click to purchase button on Amazon is very dangerous, it is too easy to purchase a book. I am amazed at the number of free books or $.99 books.

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    Thanks for this link...I love my kindle but I still like the experience of a physical book....I just love books!

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