Six Jolts of Sheer Delight
The smell of e-books just got better
Does your Kindle leave you feeling like there’s something missing from your reading experience?
Have you been avoiding e-books because they just don’t smell right?
If you’ve been hesitant to jump on the e-book bandwagon, you’re not alone. Book lovers everywhere have resisted digital books because they still don’t compare to the experience of reading a good old-fashioned paper book.
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With e-books outselling printed books on Amazon.com, an entrepreneur has come up with what is obviously a gag gift to Kindle nuts and may wind up being a neat niche business. Enter “Smell of Books” into Google and you’ll get 587,000 results!
Sheer Delight No. 6—Lexi Thompson
I started this e-newsletter with a classy athlete—Hunter Pence of the Phillies—and will end with golfer Lexi Thompson. She won the Navistar LPGA Classic on Sunday, Sept. 25, 2011 at age 16 years, seven months, and eight days.
She is the youngest winner of a professional championship—men’s or women’s—in the history of golf.
Throughout the weekend I would tune in to see how Thompson was doing and to root her on. Hopefully she will do for women’s professional golf what Tiger Woods did for the men’s tour.
P.S. A quick note to alert you that after 11 years of writing, rewriting and editing, my new novel COLDCOCKED: A Novel of 7 Murders, the Media and the Law—has just been released by amazon.com. The cost: $2.99. I invite you to check it out.