March 8 to 14 is "Read an E-Book Week." The celebration even has its own website, here. I'm a fan of e-books, and much of my reading is done that way. It's not perfect, but e-reading is becoming a little more prevalent and acceptable these days.
I was interested to hear on NPR the other day that a college in Missouri is going to all e-textbooks for their students. Wow--that's big, isn't it? Read it--or listen, if you prefer, here.
Many thanks to everyone who visited Sia McKye's blog yesterday. I had such fun with it, and Sia is a wonderful hostess. Blogger short-circuited in the late afternoon, but the blog is back, so if you missed reading and/or commenting, this is the link.
I stayed up late last night to finish reading Eat, Pray, Love, by Elizabeth Gilbert. What a journey she had, geographically, spiritually, emotionally... No wonder this book was a best seller for such a long time. Over five million copies in print!?! I borrowed this hardcover from my local library--a resource many of us are rediscovering. Thank you, library! But--yay--to go along with our theme, the book is also available in electronic format. Here's the Fictionwise page.