You must have gathered by now that I love to read. Mostly books. In fact, here's a post I wrote some time ago; just to set the scene.
However, since last June, when I acquired my iPad, I haven't picked a book up. I have been converted to the Amazon Kindle. To be more precise, the Kindle app.
That isn't to say I won't read a physical book; there's still something about the printed page that I love; it's just that the Kindle is so convenient.
I thought I'd list the books I currently carry around with me, and why. So as not to favour one over the other, I've listed them in alphabetical order, by author.
- The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy - Douglas Adams; just love this book
- First Thrills - Lee Child; this is a book of short stories, collated by Child, from upcoming thriller writers
- Agile Estimating and Planning - Mike Cohn; not light reading, but great if you work in an Agile development world
- Succeeding With Agile - Mike Cohn
- User Stories Applied - Mike Cohn
- Kill & Cure - Stephen Davidson; not read it yet, but looks good
- The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes - Arthur Conan Doyle
- The Confession - John Grisham; recently finished reading; and not bad at all
- The Basement - Stephen Leather
- Hard Landing - Stephen Leather
- Once Bitten - Stephen Leather - all his books were less than 80p; too good too miss at that price!
- The Leopard - Jo Nesbo; I've read all his others, and just started this latest one
- Business Analysis Techniques - Debra Paul; another business book
Do you have a Kindle (or other electronic book)? What's on yours?