Friendly bar chat on all manner of topics, but especially about great stuff on Kindle. Pull up a stool and relax a while.
What are you reading, watching, and drinking to celebrate the arrival of spring?
Current graphic novel I'm reading (giving my Kindle a break):
Suicide Squad, Volume 3: Death Is for Suckers, written by Adam Glass and drawn by Henrik Jonsson
Current audiobook I'm listening to:
A Dance With Dragons, by George R.R. Martin
My Kindle & audiobook Wish List (titles I'll be reading or listening to soon):
Antiques Disposal, by Barbara Allan
Chosen Prey, by John Sandford
Finders Keepers, by Stephen King
Forward The Foundation, by Isaac Asimov
Robert B. Parker's Blind Spot, by Reed Farrel Coleman
The Consummata, by Max Allan Collins
The Girl in the Plain Brown Wrapper, by John D. MacDonald
The Legend of Caleb York, by Mickey Spillane and Max Allan Collins
The Wind Through The Keyhole, by Stephen King
Visit the Taproom on the go!
Did you know that Kindle Taproom is nicely formatted for easy reading on your iPhone? Check it out the next time you're away from your computer and in the mood for a visit. Or, for a little loose change every month, you can subscribe to Kindle Taproom on your Kindle. Seeing as I just got one of those snazzy new Kindle Paperwhites, I'll have to check out how it looks there. But wherever you read this blog, try to have a cold beer in front of you to deliver the full effect.
What good is sitting in a cozy bar with a nice drink if you can't pull out your phone and play a little Words With Friends? So, in order to make sure I have enough active games to keep me busy (and, no, I'm not always in a bar when I play), I'm inviting readers to start some games with yours truly.
My Words With Friends name is PhilaSpenser, so please feel free to use that information to get a game going with me. You can also use the game's chat function to say hello and tell me you're a loyal Kindle Taproom reader. Not that I'll go easier on you during our sure-to-be heated gameplay.
By the way, my Words name refers to the fact that I'm originally from Philadelphia and that Robert B. Parker's Spenser is one of my favorite fictional detectives. I know, I know-- I really didn't work that hard to come up with a clever name.