Over with Amazon Kindle

I’m over with Amazon Kindle. Thanks to a friend who introduced me mo Kobo, also an ebook reader. Hopefully, I can get one here, not like Amazon Kindle which is very hard to find and purchase.

Now I know why it took me hard effort to locate a Kindle it’s because something better is coming in the form of Kobo Glo.

Best things come from small packages. 🙂

chiboomz xoxo

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More Novels

Many novels to read in the future. Novels with the same theme like the Fifty Shades Trilogy.

Please see the link below:
http://www.marieclaire.com/culture/g2672/erotic-novels-you-should-read-now/

More novels, more reasons to have an Amazon Kindle.

chiboomz xoxo

Kindle: A Reader’s Perspective

Kindle

Up until now, I’m very much dismayed by the fact that Amazon Kindle is not recognized here in our country.

Since yesterday, I have been asking people here in my workplace, in my social media account, even in the mall. Sadly, all of them don’t have the idea of what I have been looking for.

Does it mean Filipinos are not good readers? I mean, having a single Kindle is almost equivalent to thousands of books. It can save money, time and effort in one hand than buying in bookstores. Book stores where books are often out of stock.

Think of it. I’m saying all of these because I’m really disappointed. But, I think I really make sense.

Disappointment

Its been a long time that I’ve been searching for a Kindle Ebook Reader as you’ve noticed on my recent posts I have been asking for help.

Today, I have found what I have been looking and waiting for. However, I think and feel that it was not for me because it can be sold thru Paypal. I don’t have any idea on how to handle those payments using Paypal.

I feel disappointed, I wanted and needed iylt so badly. 😦

chiboomz xoxo

Need and Want

Kindle

If only I have extra money, I could buy Kindle. Kindle is a gadget exclusive for reading. I’ve looked up the price online and it cost $79.00 at the Amazon website, the only problem is I don’t have a Dollar account. If you convert it to Philippine Peso it is almost equivalent to Php3,397.00 which is affordable.

I’ve also looked at online stores here in PH but the price is expensive, it costs Php9,000.00, it makes a lot of difference from the Dollar price.

I still got hope that I can find a Kindle that is affordable here. For the meantime, I downloaded the Kindle app in google playstore, so I can read on my phone. 

ChiBoomz xoxo