Wednesday, March 13, 2013


I was going to try and explain the differences between e-readers on the market, but when I found this post, I had to share. A candid look at prices, features, pros and cons of almost every e-reader available, including the ones who've gone bust. If you're looking to buy, look before you leap! The one takeaway I got was that a Kobo device allows you to read your purchases on any other device. Great news for those of us who love reading on more than one! Here's the Chamber Four blog link, dear readers.

eReader Comparison

[Last updated February 25, 2013]

See you in my books!
 ~Nancy Jill

Nancy Jill Thames is the author of "Jillian Bradley Mysteries," Christian fiction based on travel adventures with her husband. The stories reflect Nancy Jill's love of art and serving afternoon tea, which has earned her the title of “Queen of Afternoon Tea.” She is listed numerous times on the Author Watch Bestseller's List and won awards for her blogs. Nancy Jill is a Texas Longhorn, having earned her degree from The University of Texas in Austin, where she resides. The author donates 10% of book sales to the Central Texas SPCA-a no kill animal shelter.

Nancy Jill is busy working on book 7 "The Ruby of Siam" due out in 2013.
Member of the Leander Writers Guild.



  1. I have a Nook Color and I hate it. I took it on vacation last summer and ended up at a local library every day looking at my e-mail.

    I finally settled on the Asus TF-300 with 32gig of memory and Android 4.0. I got it at Amazon for 329.00. Go know a month later, Best Buy would have the Samsung on sale for the same price including the case. Still and all, the Asus has an ez to use kbd on screen, is fast and runs both kindle and Nook formats (with the app installed). All in all a fairly nice choice in my mind.

  2. Hi Nora,
    Was your ASUS reader on this list? I couldn't find it. I have an ASUS computer that has served me well (so far)! Thanks for sharing your information.

    See you in my books,
    ~Nancy Jill

  3. Thanks for the info. One day I'll take the plunge and get an e-reader.

  4. Ann, you're welcome. With an iPad and an iPhone, I read on those. But if I had to spend some bucks, I'd read carefully and ask around! Thanks for your comment. Good luck!

    ~Nancy Jill