Pardon the short post this week. Right now I’m on a psuedo-vacay in Miami (crazy humidity here by the way, my hair is a big poofy mess!) I’m back in my hometown to do a few book-signings, a round of media PR, and spend a bit of time with my fam. Believe it or not, I did not pack a lap-top, or an iPod, and I am enjoying a much-needed technology break. (I couldn’t bear to leave my Crackberry at home though.. it would get extremely lonely.)
As far as “ereading,” I do not own a Kindle, Nook, or any other electronic contraption that holds a gazillion books. I kinda hate the whole idea really. Books are just yummy. I enjoy holding them, turning the pages, and falling asleep cradling one in my arms. Technology has changed that, and I refuse to give in.
I’m not judging though. You can love all those “cool gadgets” as much as you want, drop wads of cash, and spend time flipping virtual pages. I’ve decided ‘m sticking with the original. Guess you can say I’m kickin’ it old school, and I wouldn’t want it any other way.