Apparently, ebooks are all the rage these days. They are even beginning to outsell books printed on paper, which I suspect is making forests of spruce trees celebrate with wild abandon.
I know people who swear by their Kindles and other who swear at them. I for one still like the feel and smell of real books, but also appreciate the convenience and space savings that ebooks bring.
For those of you in the “Hooray for ebooks!” camp, I am happy to report that both Escape Adulthood and There’s An Adult In My Soup are now available for the Kindle, the Nook* and your favorite Apple device (iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch). Both books sell for just $9.99 and make for some excellent summer reading if you’re looking for something to tickle your funny bone while making you think.
Escape Adulthood: Kindle | Apple iBooks | Nook*
There’s An Adult In My Soup: Kindle | Apple iBooks | Nook*
[*Yeah, we’re trying to get on the Nook, but their software has been a pain in the boot and tech support won’t return my emails and I’m about to give up. We’ll keep trying, especially if we get lots of requests…do you have a Nook? Do you care?]
For those of you in the “To Heck with Ebooks!” camp, you can still buy paper versions right here.
We love both camps. Thanks for reading.
What about a format for the Sony e-Reader? Please, please, please?! Thanks!
Working on it, Nancy.
Just for you :)