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Nook or Kindle?
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My wonderful husband has given me the choice of a Nook or Kindle for Christmas. I have looked at both and they seem to have their pros and cons. I was wondering if anyone here with experience with…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Daniel Reyes Jan 6, 2011.


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Nook or Kindle?

My wonderful husband has given me the choice of a Nook or Kindle for Christmas. I have looked at both and they seem to have their pros and cons. I was wondering if anyone here with experience with either one would mind sharing. Is either one better for NetGalley? Does either one not work for NetGalley?  I am sure I will be happy with whichever I ultimately choose but I figured it wouldn't hurt to ask for opinions.Thanks in advance.Merry Christmas!PattySee More
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The Count of Monte Cristo
About Me:
I am a city girl now living in the country on a goat farm. With chickens. I have two blogs; one written by my head goat, Pricilla.
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At 1:27pm on March 31, 2010, The Cadence Group said…
Thanks for posting your review of The Birds and The Frogs. Your honest feedback is appreciated.

At 6:45pm on January 14, 2010, Samantha Schaffer said…
Followed your blog please follow mine thankyou!
At 1:37pm on November 10, 2009, Jo Fulkerson said…
Hi, Patty,
I just visited your website (which is very interesting) and wanted to invite you to post your poetry, book reviews, excerpts from your book(s), etc., on my Writers Life network. Just post them through the Contact Us page at and I will get them on the website. I've always believed that there is no such thing as too much good publicity.

You might like to read an interview with me by Carol Denbow and see what I'm all about. It's on my website, too.

Looking forward to hearing from you.

At 7:33am on November 5, 2009, writer said…
Hello Patty, I'm writing this message to Pricilla--I hope you won't be offended.

Hi Priscilla, you look like a well adjusted goat, and in the picture with Patty, you look happy. It must be difficult writing a blog and being a goat--with the time of day you need to devote to rumination, not to speak about having four stomachs--I can imagine what it must feel to have indigestion when you are a goat. I'm a Veterinarian, I treat dogs and cats, but I love goats and cows too--and yes, I forgot to tell you, I'm a writer also.
Every morning in my office I drink a latte made with goat's milk--it's great.
I'm sure Patty treats you nice--she seems a nice person--and I'm sure you are a very good mother Goat. I also hope that you take a break between gravidas, so your body gets a rest.
I'd like to read your blog, and Patty's too, we don't want to offend her.
Take care,


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