DEATH OF A KINDLE

To get back to our KINDLE Group meeting, it was very exciting. We were critiquing, Dorothy Ledgers very own e-book. Quite honestly I didn’t know what to say. One doesn’t want to quash creative spirit but I’ve had more interest reading the instructions on a MARKS & SPENCER gourmet dinner. No wonder it only costs 44p. I think it was typed by a dyslexic school leaver. Not that I don’t have sympathy for dyslexics, I am short-sighted myself.

Of course LAYLA LAVERNE spouted on. She thinks she is a bony-fidy author since she had her letter published in ‘TAKE A BREAK’. With a name like hers I think she would be better suited to BURLESQUE!

Ronald is distraught, Roley jumped on his KINDLE and it is no more, it is deceased, gone to the other side.

Yours Sadly

Celia

KINDLE DEMISE

One thought on “DEATH OF A KINDLE

  1. I am totally against the Kindle’s of this world, I am a book lover. On a recent holiday I took three books to read my friend bragging on the plane she had 60 books to choose from on her kiddle. Day 2 on the beach and a little voice beside me says ‘er..could i possibly borrow one of your books my Kindle has snuffed it?’ Oh how i glowed as i passed her a book!

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