While we are spending more time at home, having a book on hand is one of the ways to care and cope. A good book is a source of inspiration, instruction, and insight, especially now that people are in need of encouragement and guidance.
OMF Literature brings inspiring books to those who need it and at the same time, let the readers help out some of the frontliners. Through a purchase of an OMF Lit title on Amazon, we are able to help provide for the needs of the frontliners in the National Center for Mental Health (NCMH), through the Physicians’ Association, Inc.
It has been a long while since I posted. It has been a rather busy year for me, so my blog has been in hiatus for some time. So on the last night of 2017 and close to 2018, I write about a gadget that I have been using for the past month, the Fire 7 or formerly the Kindle Fire.
The Fire 7 came in an envelope, not really a box
I love reading, one of the reasons why I got a tablet was because I had this inane tendency to read 3 -4 book titles at the same time. It’s hard to lug around so many books on my way to work. (I also have this bad habit to reading while traveling – kids don’t try this, you will damage your eye sight). I still love printed books mind you but for traveling I wanted a tablet.
I used to carry my iPad 2 a lot but It has become burdensome because of the weight since is 1.33 lbs. Almost as heavy as my Harry Potter and Chamber of Secrets Illustrated Edition and I have no plans of carrying that book everyday since I live a commuters life of like 4 PUJ rides going to and 2 PUJ rides going home not to mention all the walking… so I wanted a lighter tablet to use. I was aiming to get another iPad Mini but alas it is too rich for my budget.
I started doing research on a reasonably priced tablet that would fit my book, manga, anime and movie addiction and I could also use to browse and check out my social media apps and most of all it has to be light.