Before digital reading, one of my fondest memories was checking out books at the library. I love libraries – full of knowledge.
When I was a student at UCLA, Powell Library served as both a resource and a camp ground during finals.
Peers slept all over the place with books still in their hands. I wish I had photos, but it didn’t seem appropriate to record intellects drooling.
The worth of a book is to be measured by what you can carry away from it.
Recently, I was informed that my book was available at a local library. I was thinking how cool is that!
Since this is a visually intensive book, Kindle nor any digital reader can do it justice, but the words are there; you can download a sample to see.
Here’s how it works —
- Kindle allows users to borrow a book for up to 14 days.
- I will need your email to send you a copy.
- You do not need to own an iPad, Kindle or any tablet to read. You can download Kindle onto your PC or Mac.
- I will lend one book every week. Notifications of availability will be made via Facebook and/or Twitter.
- Just tweet / Facebook update every week for a new chance to enter.
Tweet / Facebook
UPDATE: As of recently, Amazon took my book off Kindle Loan, so this offer is invalid until further notice.
(be sure to tag me otherwise I won’t know – you have to type out “@tofurious” on Facebook)
If you want a physical copy to keep, I suggest Amazon since they’re the cheapest.
P.S. What book are you reading right now? I’m a little late in the game, but I’m reading Game of Thrones.