24 February 2013

More Kindle-ing

Poor Man's Fight by Elliot Kay

Space Eldritch, a compilation

Old Habits by Christopher Taylor

The Flux Engine by Dan Willis

I think at least two of them have been hawked by Larry Correia on his website, one of the others is a commenter at Ace of Spades (lots of moronblogger books on my Kindle), and the last one just looked interesting.

It's kind of nice having reading material at my immediate disposal, before I had to actually hike myself out of the chair, go to the bookstore and look through the stacks. Now all I have to do is log onto the Amazon Kindle site and browse to my hearts content, downloading whatever I want.

This could get to be an expensive habit.


RabidAlien said...

Also take a wander over to gutenberg.org if you haven't already. Lots of free stuff on there, public domain classics and such. I've got a university library-sized collection on my 'Droid.

Larry said...

Yep, gutenberg.org is great.

Robert Fowler said...

Be sure to check out Essential Liberty by Rob Olive. It's comparable to Bracken's Enemies trilogy and Unintended Consequences.

And if you haven't read the Enemies trilogy, you are missing out.

Larry said...

I'll have to check it out.

And yes, I have the EFAD trilogy as well as The Bracken Anthology. They were among the first things downloaded.

Thanks for dropping by Robert and RA!

RabidAlien said...

aaaaaaaaaaaaaaand my Amazon wishlist grows longer...!

Larry said...

Funny, I keep buying books and the list keeps growing instead of shrinking...