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I'm thinking of buying a kindle.
Do you have to pay a mothly fee for the internet hook up?
 
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Don't harsh my zen, Jen!
Nope!

I just read this article on why I might want to wait before buying the Kindle Fire.

12 reasons you might NOT want to buy a Kindle Fire | ZDNet

My biggest Kindle problem is my love of reading. I only ever used to read one book cover-to-cover before starting another. Now I'm like leapfrogging through up to five books at a time. :(

Also, did you know you may be able to take books from the library on Kindle? I'll have to revisit that option. I read the instructions and got overwhelmed, but it'd be worth it.

Also? There are TONS of free e-books on Amazon.

Amazon Best Sellers: Best Kindle Store

This is where I go to see what the top 100 free books are. Then on the left, you can split it down by genre and see top 100 free in each of them, as well.
 
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Thanks BD for the info.
I'm definitely going to buy one now. :)
The original that is.
 
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Don't harsh my zen, Jen!
YAY! Seriously, you WILL love it. I'm so happy I made the jump.

Both my sister and daughter have said no, they prefer the actual reading experience. New books, old books; not just what they feel and look like, but even what they smell like. And I get that, really. I do. But it's so much easier having this little lightweight thing in my hands. I can read comfortably at any angle. It's hard to explain the difference, but it's noticeable.
 

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