There’s been a lot of buzz in the past year or so about the “new adult” genre. Seems like it’s still finding its legs. From what I can gather, the characters are a little older than those in young adult. There’s often some sort of college setting. Definitely more sex.
Ah, winter. In my home city of Chicago, ’tis the season for icy winds that threaten to freeze off one’s appendages, beaucoup layers and for me, two cravings: 1) peppermint mochas and 2) reading about someone being spanked.
Are you Team Real Book or Team E-Book?
A while ago, I started to think that buying books for reading wasn’t a good idea. Those poor trees probably didn’t like me that much and books take up a lot of space. So I thought, why not buy a e-book reader? Of course, you don’t buy something without first reading a bit about it. […]
Well, I finally did it. I ordered my first e-book. And it was an agonizing decision. I’m sure I’m not the only person on this blog for “bookish, clever women” who has been faced with this same dilemma, so I thought I’d walk us all through the stages of grief together.
I am not always one to embrace innovation, and I’ve resisted ebooks for a long time. I do a lot of reading on my laptop and smartphone, but I didn’t want read books on either device, and I certainly didn’t want to invest in yet another device to my tech arsenal. Then Mr. Sally J […]
First of all, I do not own an iPhone or iPad. This makes me sad, but thankfully the App Store is still around for me to read vicariously. If I did have an iPhone, you can bet a good number of these apps would make it on there: