Monday, May 23, 2011



I’m so thrilled with my new Kindle that I want to tell everyone I know that this is the most exciting new gadget you can ever imagine.

Except it doesn’t feel like a gadget.  It feels like a book. It almost looks like a book. And it actually makes reading easier.


You can make the font as big or as small as you like.  Even do away with your glasses.

Turn the page over with the slightest touch.

No sore thumbs. It’s so light you can read the biggest, fattest, longest book as though it were a novella.

You can even read the Sunday Times on your Kindle.

And listen to your favourite music.

And it holds 3,500 books at the same time, so if you get bored with one you can flick a button and in a couple of seconds you can be reading another one.

It takes one click to buy a new book from Amazon which then appears in less than a minute on your Kindle.

Hurry!  Do yourself a favour. Buy one quickly.

And why not start with “PINPOINT” by Sheila Mary Taylor. Available on and   -
  A criminal lawyer is confronted with the creeping possibility that the vicious murderer she is defending might be the beloved twin brother wrenched from her life twenty-six years ago.

Gives you goose pimples to even think about it. 


1 comment:

  1. Lovely to see you have a new blog, Sheila! Looking forward to reading more on it soon.
    I've just started one myself, if you'd like to see it, here's the link