I love the soundtrack for one. The 99 cent is appealing for sure. How many 99 centers would I have to buy in order to make up for the initial investment of the kindle? I love your demo vids, especially the font you use. The only think I might like to request is not to use "pap" as an abbreviation.
For the record I don't read that much but I did watch all 3 episodes of your demonstration. Do I get points for that?
I love that voice too. The story really comes alive with that sensual voice.I don't know...99 cents still sounds like more than free...I don't know. I did like this music better. It was a really emotional segment.
Um, I think I could do without the voice feature. But it was funny.I still think the whole thing is pretty cool!
How did you change from your jammie pants to your jeans so quickly? I too enjoyed the person reading to you. I bet Blindy uses that feature all the time. Straws.
Hey you gize, after searching a bit more through the KenDoll store, I found lots free books (all older books, of course, but a few that I have been wanting to read). Flem--anywhere from 30 to 60 books, depending on how much they cost. I buy about 3 books a week on average, so I'll suck KenDoll and his cheap books dry in no time. A few months ago, I went on a Georgette Heyer spree (of Grand Sophy fame--thanks Markie) and bought 13 of her books over a few weeks. They averaged $15 each, so that's $195. (wow, I never added that up!) If I would have had my KenDoll, I would have saved $120, a third of the cost of a Kindle. On S. Meyer books, I would have saved $50. Pap.
You are the ultimate consumer for this product. I love it. I am an avid reader but NOTHING compared to you and your books. Is Tony feeling left out now that you have KenDoll? I can't wait to get one for myself someday.
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