Most of my books are available in the eBook
format. If you have a dedicated reader, like a Kindle or a
Nook you're all set. But please realize you don't need to spring for
a new piece of hardware to read eBooks. If you have access to a computer, (and you're reading this, so duh), then
you can download FREE reader programs that work pretty well. One nice interface is Adobe
Digital Editions. It supports industry standard
eBook formats (like EPUB) and allows you to read online and off and compile a library. Kindle and Nook offer
free software, too. These are cool tools - and they'll give you access to a lot of free
classic books. But most
importantly, they will let you read mine! I have the
cheapest Kindle (see below) and I've been pretty happy with
it. Yeah, nothing like a nicely bound book, but an eReader is a
great option if you're like me, and live in fear of being stuck
in a doctor's office with nothing but old People magazines.
Below are some examples.