If you have never downloaded an eBook before, I want to teach you how – or at least, take you to a site where you can try it without risking multiple charges to your credit card due to re-dos.
The other day I was looking up “Elinor Glyn (October 17, 1864 – September 23, 1943),” who, according to Wikipedia, “was a British novelist and scriptwriter who pioneered mass-market women’s erotic fiction.” (In the VERY early twentieth-century, people! Almost one hundred years ago!) “Though her writing would not be considered scandalous by modern standards.” (I loves me my Wicki!)
(Yes, I get distracted when I do research.)
“Works by Elinor Glyn at Project Gutenberg.” So like a lemming, when I should have been doing my work, I followed the link and I found this:
Fool around with it and let me know if you were able to do it. The site itself may be slow, but it’s well worth the wait. And once you’ve downloaded your first eBook, it won’t be so daunting the next time.
That’s my bloggage for this week.