12-24-2010 10:10 AM
56 female who has been reading ebooks for quite a few years now. I own the nook classic and love it. Looked at the nook color earlier this week and feel strongly I could love it too! Being strong and holding off.
12-24-2010 12:50 PM
74-female retired accountant
I bought my nook classic in June. Since then I have read about 100 books. 78 of them from the Free Library of Phila. The FLP is the best value for $15.
12-26-2010 10:30 AM
I am 62 and my husband bought my NOOKcolor as a Christmas gift for me. It seems so complicated to use and too sensitive when I attempt to scroll up and down. I wonder if a salesman at the store would help me to at least enable me to read the Bible book which it displays an icon for but printg will not display. It pops up and says "unable to open" yet I can get on the WEB ok?
12-26-2010 01:15 PM
39. Just celebrated our first year together on the 24th. My husband is finally over his jealousy, if only the cat will!! She sees me reading in bed and thinks it's ok to sit where she blocks my view!
12-26-2010 06:43 PM
I was 69 last December when I ordered my Nook and now I'm really old like 70...... Boy That is old!!!!!!! Better old then dead, that's my story and I'm sticking to it..........
12-27-2010 01:04 AM
my age? for a peach I am old, even more so for a head of lettuce... but for a mountain I am not even begun in years
12-27-2010 03:06 PM
44 and I love my NOOK's, yes, I have 2 now One I got last year for the holidays which is a 3G and an upgrade from my husband to the Nook color and i'm using them both. Ones mt work horse that I bring everywhere whith me ( 3G ) and the Color I leave pristine at home, which I love as I turn it on at night with the black background and the white letters so I have NO eye strain.
12-27-2010 03:51 PM
I had been an avid audiobook user, but there are books that I want to read that aren't available in audio, so I'm trying this out. I'm also letting my 9 year old read books on here.