Month: August 2010

Getting the hang of eReading

Dean Koontz’s Frankenstein: Prodigal Son has the distinction of being the first book I read on my Kobo eReader. I remember the hype when the book first came out in 2004 and its floated around in my mind’s ‘to be read’ list since then.  When Borders first released […]

BURN by Nevada Barr

Nevada Barr is the reason I read mystery novels.  In my younger days I read The Hardy Boys, but didn’t get into Nancy Drew (people look at me in horror when I admit that in person).  When I was a little older I tried Agatha Christie and Sir […]