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Offline daisyduck1976 Reading Industrial Magic by Kelley Armstrong
23 Jan 2011, 05:30 PM | Post: #11

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RE: Curling up with your Kindle

Bedtime usually- although that gets earlier and earlier if I am reading a really good book! At weekedns I like to lie in and read late into the morning if I don;t have any "going out" plans.

I read a lot on public transport too.
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24 Jan 2011, 06:06 PM | Post: #12

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I should have added that I also take mine to my hospital apts to ease the boredom when someones running late!! Sounds like bedtime is a pretty popular time to read though Smile
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We tend to go to bed at 10.00 and I'm allowed to read for an hour or so but only if the Kindle light is on. This has now become 'kindle-light' time!!

I have quiet a lot of unread paperbacks (remember those things made from paper) and find the kindle light also useful for reading in bed with my 'book' close to the light not quiet as good but it works for usWink

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Offline keveegee Reading Apartment 16
03 Feb 2011, 03:04 AM | Post: #14

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I usually read mine when travelling on planes, at airports etc. but like to read for a bit in bed to help me sleep...unless its a good book and can't stop !!![/font]
Offline joclaire
05 Feb 2011, 06:11 PM | Post: #15

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I'm on pre-baby maternity leave (not due for another 6-8 weeks) having quite a difficult pregnancy, so my husband encouraged me to get one as a treat.

I read mine in bed, lying on the sofa, on public transport mainly. Also the half a day I spend at the hospital every week being monitored is made much less painful by being able to read freely!
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05 Feb 2011, 07:06 PM | Post: #16

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RE: Curling up with your Kindle

Bedtime until I'm too tired to read anymore (it's so nice just to be able to close the cover and know that next time I pick it up it will take me to where I left off), and if I can sneak a quick read in during the day then that's my guilty pleasure.
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07 Feb 2011, 07:09 PM | Post: #17

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RE: Curling up with your Kindle

(05 Feb 2011 06:11 PM)joclaire Wrote:  I'm on pre-baby maternity leave (not due for another 6-8 weeks) having quite a difficult pregnancy, so my husband encouraged me to get one as a treat.

I read mine in bed, lying on the sofa, on public transport mainly. Also the half a day I spend at the hospital every week being monitored is made much less painful by being able to read freely!

Hi Joclaire. I hope you'll let us know when baby is safely here. What a lovely idea of your husbands, I bet it makes all that waiting around much more bearable. It'll come in handy during those night feeds too Wink Take care of you.
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Offline joclaire
08 Feb 2011, 08:27 AM | Post: #18

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Having it for the long feeds was a great draw Wink

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