Well, I got a Barnes and Noble Nook for Christmas this year. And, of course, I personalized it right away. So behold Deep Thought.
M15M Wizards) with no problem. I'm planning on buying very carefully and starting with the free samples and if I like what I read then I will buy it. I wish my local library would get Overdrive e-books or something and then I could check out books from them. But anyway, it works really well, though there is a little lag time in changing pages but nothing that bothers me. And the battery lasts a long time.
My only real problem came on Christmas day when it fell off the desk it was charging on and the metal part of the power cable broke off from the rest of the cable (which really shouldn't have happened). And since it was over Christmas it was impossible to find someone to help me. So when I finally got to the right department, the guy was like No problem and they had a new USB cable at my house the next day.
But anyway, now it is fine and I like reading on it a lot. It's not like reading on a computer screen. It actually looks papery. So far, it's been a worthy investment.
So books that I have downloaded are:
Mysteria - Mary Janice Davidson
Suite Scarlett - Maureen Johnson (I've read it and listened to it but it was free for a limited time)
My Soul to Lose - Rachel Vincent
Mother Carey's Chickens - Kate Douglas Wiggin
A Little Princess - Frances Hodgson Burnett
Very LeFreak - Rachel Cohn
And samples I have download are:
Dani Noir - Nova Ren Suma
The Maze Runner - James Dashner (I'm pretty sure I will buy this one)
The Wizard of Oz - Frank L. Baum
Shades of Grey - Jasper Fforde (and this one)