Ever since I “interviewed” Andrew back in December about his new Kindle Touch, readers have been clamoring for a follow-up. And by that I mean, Andrew has said, shouldn’t you interview me now that I’ve read a book on the Kindle? Yes, yes, I should so here goes:
Me: So what was the first book you read on your Kindle?
Me: How was the e-reading experience?
Andrew: It was good! It was interesting not flipping through real pages, but it felt like I was flipping through the pages. I will say the one thing I didn’t like was that the percentage doesn’t match up with the page numbers. It’s confusing. [At this point a rant commenced on the page number vs percent situation on the Kindle Touch. It has been edited out for space reasons.]
Me: What’s up next bookwise?
Andrew: I’m in the middle of Tipping Point and then I will either read another Malcolm Gladwell book or I may switch over and read the Hunger Games. Do you have any suggestions?
Me: Hunger Games… definitely Hunger Games.
Andrew: I meant other than those books…
Me: That’s the end of the interview.
Aren’t we really good at this whole interview thing? I know these hard-hitting pieces are the reason you read Reading for Robin.