fan of electronic reading for some time now and reading on my new iPod touch is a much improved experience from ereading on my Palm or Windows Mobile platforms.
The ease of page turning is made possible by the touch interface and the screen is clear and easy to read from in both bright light and in the dark.
The ebooks I purchased previously from eReader.com are downloadable from my bookshelf stored on their server. Now if I could only remember which ones I have already read! I have followed the directions to download several to my iPod touch 2g. [After signing up for a free account, and logging in you can look at the free ones here.]
I also enjoy listening to spoken text books from Audible. I purchased a small speaker system for my kitchen table so I can "read" while cleaning or preparing dinner.
A fan of Flickr Groups, I have joined an interesting one this week called 25 Book Challenge for 2009. The idea is to post a photo of the book cover and discuss each book you are reading. I think it will be interesting to find out what books are being read.
I am starting my book challenge with Murder List by Julie Garwood, which is one of the FREE ebooks available at the ereader Web site.