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ebooks are love

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I miss selling books. I miss reading books. I miss buying books and collecting them. I miss booksale! I miss rummaging through their disorganized shelves and tables looking for good finds. By good finds I mean books worthy of reading, may or may not be a rare, in good condition, and come in surprisingly cheap cheap prices.

I hardly enter a bookstore here in Singapore. Even Kinokuniya, which every person loves because of the variety of books that it carries. Simply because the books here are freakingly expensive. Yes they have stores that offer books for rent or sale, and i tried it out for a few times, but they’re still expensive. $14 at least! Plus, every time I try going through bookstores here I always remember booksale or national or even the costly powerbooks and fully booked. It’s like I always feel that I can get the book that I want for a cheaper price in pinas. Oh well…

So, since books here are so expensive, it’s time for me to go digital. I appreciate my iPhone now even more because it serves as my ebook reader. I still want a Kindle though. Soon, maybe.

I’ve been collecting ebooks, and it’s just amazing that I’m able to get copies of books that I can’t find in bookstores anymore.

I still have a lot more saved in my laptop, and i figured this is the most space-saving, and even economical, way to read and collect books. I mean, all I need is an internet connection and my researching skills…I can have a digital copy of whatever book I want.

The copies that I get are in epub format because I like their book-like, turn-the-page function. Plus, pdfs are really difficult to read.

It would have been better to read ebooks in iPad, but I don’t like an iPad because it’s too big. Kindle! Kindle! Kindle!

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Rebecca Bloomwood overload

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i never thought i’d get to read the shopaholic series. but since there wasn’t much work to do in the office (actually, there was nothing to work on at that time), and i found a pdf copy of confessions of a shopaholic…i decided what the hell, might as well pass the time reading it.

then i somehow got hooked.

after i finished with the first one, i looked up the others. i have to admit they are funny. i sometimes see myself like becky, although most of the time i’m annoyed by her. lying just comes naturally to her, and her sense of reason is waaay too screwed up and selfish.

now, after what…after 5 books, i can finally say am done. bloomwood is too much of a character. can’t take anymore of her shopping mania and screwed up and illogical excuses. haha seryosohin daw…

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