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A Little Story
Meet the picture storybook now which portrayed in detail and beautifully by each page-elaborate handmade work. Meet a...
...of the mythic voyage. In one of Woolf's wittiest, most satirical novels, we are introduced to Clarissa Dalloway, the central character of...
...bigfig is offering free full length downloads of some of their novels for a trial period, but they can be hard to find. Here are two currently...
The Survivors is a new form of interactive book called an Immersedition. Though seemingly similar to a typical ebook, the Immersedition includes...
Ugly! Old! Douchebag!
Ugly from head to toe. Here is his funny overnight story.
Meet the unique display, sophisticated pen-line, glamorous...
Another story of the Snow Queen we used to know.
A journey to the story begins now.
Beautifully hand-made illustration ,
...that it is making classic stories available as digital graphic novels in Appleâ€™s iBookstore, which can be read on iPhone, iPad and iPod...
- Sent from my BRAND-NEW iPad 2! :D
The Walking Dead graphic novels and Stephen King's The Dome.
I prefer ePub for novels and PDF for textbooks and the like.
The wattpad app is a good app to download good and interesting free novels:)
Currently reading through the James Patterson novels. Warning though, some of his earlier stuff is really not good.
Both of my novels are now available on iBookstore:
Hope you will check them out!
Most of the David Weber novels.
Pages is the best, by far. I use it on both my ipad and MacBook Pro for writing my novels. Well worth the money.
The first book I read by David Weber was In Death Ground. My favorite.
epub for reading books, novels etc. PDF for textbooks and reference material, esp if links are active in the PDF file like with many textbooks.
O63 involves an event at a place in the country illustrated at that time. The novels point to some nicknames of a connected device. Keep trying.
Epub is awesome for my novels and story books,but i prefer my study books in pdf
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Oo. I love Victorian novels. Anything set in ye olde times and romance is my favourite book. Sounds good Bobbi.
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Chef Ramsay (he could sautÃ© a tree and it would taste marvelous). My collection of Jack Reacher novels, a telescope and fishing pole.
Both of my novels are available on iBookstore.
Click the images for the preview pages on itunes.
Have a super day!
I'd go for:
Angry birds....a fun time waster
Goodreader - greet with .PDF files
Cloudreaders - great for "graphic novels"
...store. There have a large selection of spanish books, which you can use with the kindle app for the ipad, of course. They have a few novels for...
...both - for different reasons.
eBooks for straight reading, i.e. novels, but I LOVE books for inspiration such as cooking, design, decorating,...
...launched a few days back.
They offer unlimited iPad downloads of novels, comics, newspapers, books and so much more stuff.. it's a really...
Earlier today Sir Terry Pratchett, author of the Discworld novels passed away after a long battle with Alzheimer's....
...Ian McEwan helped his son with an A-level essay about one of his novels, Enduring Love. His son's teacher disagreed with his interpretation of...
...my most of the time by reading novel. I purchased ipad to read novels on it. But now I spend my time on internet or playing games. It changes...
It's quite a surprise for anyone who's only familiar with his James Bond novels.
...(used to have all of em but lost em when I got divorced, sucks) and Dan Browns The Lost Symbol....Im a sucker for mystery and detective novels! :D
...business to own if you play throughout the day casually?
1 line / choice answers only please ( no novels - lets have fun with this)
...Explosive Eighteen by Janet Evanovich. She still makes me laugh out loud when I read the Stephanie Plum series. Her other novels are not as good.
...huge collection of classic authors. Probably the Charles Dickens one that contains all of his novels, short stories and most of his essays.
I enjoyed "The Dome". For me it was his comeback novel. Followed by 11/22/63 which I also enjoyed.
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...It's a British television series adapted from the Swedish novelist Henning Mankell's Kurt Wallander novels. Kenneth Branagh staring. Well cast.
...You sound like a character from one of Gene Stratton Porter's novels :)
He's got it all wrong, his wife should be keeping him........or not ...