Sunday, 10 October 2010

Kindle lights, free e-books and beautiful cases!

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Book reading lights:
As I'm sure you are aware, Amazon has a fantastic collection £49.99 lighted cases available on its site in a wide range of colours - black, brown, red, green, blue and pink, though strangely no orange lighted cover. These cases are absolutely fantastic though a bit pricey for me personally, so if you haven't managed to choose a case without a light take a look at this post here including on the right-hand side column. Now that you have a case, it's time for a reading light:

1. Xtra Flex Super L.E.D. Book Light - Silver - At £10.68 delivered this is a great light that is bright enough to read comfortably and the light range does cover the whole Kindle. Also available in black here.

Rated: 4.5/5 stars average from 28 reviews.

Amazon review: "The light given off is sufficient to read by without lighting the whole room, it weighs almost nothing and clips onto a book without getting in the way, the bendy neck is really flexible and the light can stand without being clipped to anything."

2. The Really Tiny Book Light (orange) - £6.80 delivered - Winner of gift of the year 2008. Also available in blue, white, purple and grey.

Rated: 4.5/5 stars average across the different colours.

Amazon review: "I had to buy several of these before i got to keep one for myself! Now the whole family has one. Bright enough to read by, but not too bright as to disturb others trying to sleep. I have tried quite a few of this type of product and this is by far the very best. AND the batteries last ages. Great for room sharing, camping, hosteling and well ...reading in the dark !"

Free e-books:
1. Classmate Murders by Bob Moats - Synopsis: Someone is murdering woman from the class of '67 and it's up to Jim Richards, who has reluctantly just turned sixty, to stop him. Jim's life is in the dumps and then late one might he receives an email from a childhood sweetheart he hasn't seen in over 40 years, pleading for help but he doesn't get to her in time, she's been murdered.
A killer is now stalking and killing his former female classmates for unknown reasons and Jim, along with his only friend Buck, a big, mustachioed biker, they go off to track down the killer before he can get to one former classmate, Penny Wickens, a TV talk show host who Jim has just fallen for while protecting her. The killer is also murdering the women right out from under police protection, driving homicide detective Will Trapper crazy, and he slowly depends on Jim to help. There's humor, suspense, wild chases across suburban Detroit with cops, classic cars and motorcycle clubs; murder, mayhem, and a good amount of romance.

2. Ellen Under The Stairs
Synopsis: "Book #3 in the Bandworld Series. In spite of modern medicine, Ellen, beautiful young wife of John Lyon's History Department Chairman, can't seem to stem the ravages of a virus she'd contracted. Half in love with Ellen as it is, John's plan is to subject her to the healing wizardry he's discovered at the end of a static electric "stairway" in his recently purchased "haunted" house."

Kindle cases:
1. E-volve reversible neoprene sleeve case cover for Kindle -  £9.99 - This neoprene case is stunning and is reversible giving you two designs in one! It looks so good that it could be designer!
But if you are looking for designer, look no further...(well, it's the next item)

2. Diane von Furstenberg Kayley Canvas Clutch for Kindle - £68. These look really, really nice and are fantastically made. Now about that price... Though if you do want to splurge and make your Kindle feel like royalty, why not?

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