My hubby and I took off for our campground, where we park our RV most of the year. The 4th of July weekend is always a busy time down there. And the owners even put on a fireworks display. So cool.
There's no internet access there...I know, I've tried to convince them, but it's a small family-run campground and there's no way. Oh well, I actually get more writing done when I'm not tempted by those e-mails I just need to check. I also get a little reading done. Which is where this post is leading.
We had a nice campfire going, and for a while I was reading my author copy of Jewel of the Nile II, so I can enjoy the other five stories in the anthology. Then, of course, it got dark. So dark I couldn't read my printbook by the light of the campfire. Then my hubby reminded me that I also packed my ebookwise. Yay! Backlit screen, perfect to read in the dark! So I spent my time waiting for the fireworks, sitting by the fire reading, Twisted Steel and Sex Appeal by M.A. Ellis! Hot! Just like campfires and fireworks!
Love my ebookwise!