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Top 8 Reasons E-Books Will Never Fully Replace Printed Books

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When the Kindle was initially unleashed in 2007, it sold out in about five and one-half hours. Murmurs of printed books becoming obsolete quickly filled the air, while panic filled many a room. Fast forward 10 years later, and printed books are still steady and going strong. That’s because the Kindle screen can never truly replace the printed page. Here’s why.

It’s tough to read a Kindle at the beach.

And not just because of the sun glare. If your book gets covered with splashes or sand, you just wipe it off and move on. If your Kindle gets covered with splashes or sand, you’re pretty much screwed.

Whatever would we do with our bookshelves?

True, we could stock our shelves full of knickknacks and photo frames. But books are so much easier to dust.  Continue reading Top 8 Reasons E-Books Will Never Fully Replace Printed Books

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Septic Bucket List: A Bucket List You Don’t Want to Miss

Dating an astronaut. Becoming an astronaut. Learning to speak Swahili. Your bucket list may be packed with all kinds of glorious things you want to do before you die; some tangible, some fantastical and some just for the fun of the thought.

And the thought of certain activities can be much more exciting that actually completing them. Think climbing Mount Everest or breeding lemurs.

That makes the traditional bucket list a bit impractical. The traditional list also has another factor working against it. Although the phrase and concept of a bucket list have been kicking around for years (excuse the pun), the term really roared into regular use after the release of the 2007 movie of the same name.

Subsequent mentions on TV shows that range from “Glee” to “NCIS” further cemented the concept into popular culture. And when anything soars into popular culture, you know what needs to happen next.

It’s time to rebel.

Enter ‘The Septic Bucket List’

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Ryn’s first e-book = Whee! The Boy Who Had Moldy Cheese Pizza under His Bed

Enjoy a quick, witty and quick-witted tale of the terrible things that can happen if you happen to be a lazy slob. The Boy Who Had Moldy Cheese Pizza under His Bed has been available as a self-published, copy-machine-created work – but NOW it’s gone to e-book!

Amazon gets exclusive rights for 90 days, so check it out and buy it now!

The Boy Who Had Moldy Cheese Pizza under His Bed
Ryn Gargulinski
only $0.99 (that’s less than $1!)

Much thanks once again to Andrew Ulanowski who provided the idea for this book with his horror story of leaving a ham sandwich to rot in a backpack.

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