The New Kindles

Hello, my name is Barbara. And I am a Kindle addict.

I have two Kindles: a Kindle Fire and an e-ink Kindle Keyboard 3G. If you have not yet fallen under their spell, this holiday season is the perfect time.

In addition to the hundreds of thousands of bestselling (and back list) books that are available for purchase at, there are frequently excellent books on sale for 99 cents, and an even bigger list of Kindle books that can be downloaded for free. Now add on top of that, the Kindle book lending, ebook lending from public libraries , and the Amazon Lending Library for Amazon Prime members, and the new lower prices. Wow! The perfect gift for book worms of all kinds, especially if the book worm is YOU!

The 2012 Kindle Family


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  2. Xavier Strill says

    This kindle is very cost-effective. Is this still available. I will check out this kindle in Amazon. I hope it is still affordable.

  3. Gladys says

    Another advantage of the touch screen for a reader is the built in dictionary – at least I have a nice one for my nook. I’ve been reading George Martin’s ice and fire series. He uses lots of arcane words that just happen to be in a good dictionary. When I come across one I don’t know, I touch the word and the option to look it up is presented. Another touch and I have a definition and pronunciation guide. It is much easier with the touch screen compared to navigating to the word with buttons.

  4. Mike Stewart says

    @ Jenny Sanders

    You bet Jenny, the prices are really affordable, glad that I bought one for myself yesterday.