Today I learned how to gain access to the library books that were hiding on my Nook, thanks to a little help from a friend.
The lady I spoke with at the library when I got my card said that, although the library books automatically disappear from my computer after two weeks, they are on my reader forever, or as long as I want them there.
That sounds to good to be true; we'll see.
Not every book you're looking for at the public library is available as an e-book. I imagine there will be more and more of them, as time goes by. But just don't think you'll be able to borrow every single book you want to read in the form of an e-book.
I found out there's a dictionary on the Nook, so if I come upon a word I don't understand it's easy to learn the meaning, without losing my place in the book I'm reading. There's also quick access to footnotes, which is really handy in the lengthy book I'm reading now, "Anna Karenina".
Didn't I just say here yesterday that I don't like love stories?
Guess what? I'm reading a love story, sort of. But it's also a book about farming and horse-racing and who knows what all; I'm not yet halfway through it, so anything could happen.
Anyhow, if I skip a day or two of posting on my blog, you'll know it's because I'm reading. And reading. And reading.