Resisting eBooks and Colored Jeans . . . Until Now

Confession: I usually resist the latest fad for at least a couple years. Then when it’s seriously ooold news, I finally give in.

Like colored jeans. I just got my first (red) pair a couple weeks ago. (I really wanted a yellow pair, but that’s beside the point . . .)

Same goes for technology.

Confession: I’ve never read an eBook. Never.

But . . . my eBook, Confessions of a Boy-Crazy Girl, is on sale for just $2.99 through December 16!

That meant I needed to do my homework. Bear with me as I share what I learned:

Kindle is Amazon’s eBook reader.
Nook is Barnes & Noble’s eBook reader.
Even iTunes has an eBook reader called iBook!

Confessions of a Boy-Crazy Girl: On Her Journey from Neediness to Freedom is available on all three (KindleNook, and iBook) for just $2.99 through Monday.

I’m writing this silly post for two reasons:

  1. To let you know about this steal-of-a-deal, because you probably started reading eBooks (and buying colored jeans!) eons ago.
  2. To ask how you prefer to read. Are you an old-fashioned girl like me who enjoys breathing in the smell of a new (or old) book, or are you all about the ease of the eBook? If so, which reader is your fave? I’m curious.

About Author

Paula Marsteller

Paula no longer tries to catch guys’ attention by swallowing live goldfish, arm wrestling, and jumping down flights of stairs. (She’s married to a wonderful man now!) She spends her days caring for her son, Iren, and writing for Revive Our Hearts. She’s the author of Confessions of a Boy-Crazy Girl: On Her Journey from Neediness to Freedom, and she and her family live in New York. You can catch all her writing on PaulaWrites.com.

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