Friday, April 1, 2011

Guess what I did: no words necessary
















21 comments:

Titus said...

Ah!

john bord said...

yahooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo

Carolyn V said...

No way!!! So lucky! =D

Vaughn Roycroft said...

I know that, as much as you kicked and screamed along the way, you're going to love having it. Instant literary gratification is surpisingly gratifying! :-D Have a great weekend reading whatever you feel like reading, Kathryn!

Diane said...

Naughty, naughty!!! :O)

Diane said...

P.S. I didn't see no horse and buggy taking you there either.... :O)

Sandra Leigh said...

Woo-hoo! Good for you, Kat. You will love it.

Eryl said...

I have Kat envy, again! Enjoy your new toy.

Susie Swanson said...

Enjoy, you deserve it!

mitambien said...

From what I have heard it sounds like the Kindle is the way to go. Congratulations!

Glynis said...

I am still fighting the urge. Being in Europe, I will have the choice of USA, without the freebie/ cheap offers. I think I would have to have a cover, so it opens like a book. :)

Enjoy yours. Happy reading.

Karen said...

Oh...I want one! Yay, enjoy!

Patience Renzulli said...

Hey guess what! You can download the BEST book! It's called Sweetie, by this hot new novelist!!! Highly recommend!

NCmountainwoman said...

If you looked at my Kindle right now you would see "Secret Graces" first thing.

Terri Tiffany said...

So am I the last holdout?

Walker said...

You went to Best Buy to buy a pencil?

Rachel Cotterill said...

Love my kindle! If you're interested in reading my novel, let me know and I'll send you a download code to grab a free copy :)

Kerry said...

No Kindle in our household yet, but I spose they have their advantages; I hope you enjoy it!

Marguerite said...

Congrats, enjoy your new toy! You'll love it! Lovely trees, too! Cheers!

Franziska said...

Just finished reading my 4th book on my Christmas Kindle and you were the author of my 4th book called "Sweetie" I loved it. Just finished reading it tonight after a drive through WNC with my family and guess how excited I got when I figured out where your characters were romping around, as I had just driven through the that very same area this afternoon. Crazy :) Great book. Thank you.

Linda said...

I am still an old holdout who loves the feel of a real book. I also go to the public library on a weekly basis. There's nothing like the stacks and the smell of books. I wish more people would go so our libraries were not in such bad financial circumstances. Mine closes at least one day a month to save money and the buying of new books is slowing down to almost none.