If you can’t find me on location, in a studio, or supervising an edit session, the next place to look would be my cozy living room reading chair. In truth, I don’t get to spend as much time in that chair as I would like – but I still manage to indulge my reading passion every chance I get. I used to carry at least three books in my purse, along with the required lipstick, blush brush the size of a tree trunk, pens, scotch tape, Kleenex, wallet, chocolates, and anything else I might need should I find myself stranded on the subway. But the weight of it all began to throw my back out of wack as though I’d been dancing at a disco revival hall all night long. The only solution was an e-reader. Hundreds of books, all in one place, with the ability to pick and choose if the current book I was reading wasn’t quite capturing my attention.
Amazon’s Kindle used to be the only game in town – now, we have choices, and with choices come questions. What to buy? Each e-reader offers different options. If you want to know what’s best for you then Wired.com has the answers. They’ve created an e-reader guide just in time for the holidays.