I love my Kindle. One of the greatest things about Kindle is that there are hundreds upon hundreds of free e-books out there to be read. There’s the public domain works, there’s library e-lending, there’s all sorts of places to grab new reading material. But my go-to at the moment is the list of Kindle free books on Amazon.

There are a lot of free e-books that aren’t worth the bits to download, of course. I’ve found, however, that there are diamonds among the dirt – some more polished than others, but enough to keep one going back in hopes of the next magical storyline.

I don’t restrict my reading (or my reviewing) to just the freebies, but those will likely come up more often than not. Just so you know. Also, this means that there will be far more Book 1’s than sequels; I read what I can afford when I can afford it. No matter how much I may want to see what happens next.

You may also see posts about web and graphic design, and how those features impact one’s audience. And probably other things too. It’s my blog, after all :)

My name is Jessica McAnally. You can call me Anverie.

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