Today marks a significant checkpoint in my life.
I downloaded my first Kindle book.
Granted, I don't actually own a Kindle (or any other e-reader, for that fact), but I keep seeing these free books promoted on Twitter and I want free books, so I downloaded the Kindle for Mac and "purchased" Sasha: A Trial of Blood and Steel by Joel Shepherd. Will I read it anytime soon? Probably not--I don't like reading off my computer (and being on a computer fo 8+ hours every day at work makes me not want to be on a computer* at home/on break). But for when someone a)buys me a Kindle, or b) Kindles suddenly become very affordable and I get one myself, I shall read this book and see if it was worth the whole $0 I spent on it.
In the meantime, one of you should download it and tell me how good/not good it is. :D
*I still believe that, had computers never been invented, I would still have 20/20 eyesight. Ah well, at least I don't need my AWESOME glasses (see picture, they're legit) when I'm on the computer. Huzzah for near-sightedness.