Review: Kindle Paperwhite

                  An Amazon Kindle is a very useful and enjoyable device to own. I make good use of my Kindle Paperwhite on long road trips, at doctor office appointments or just around the house. The internal battery has a long life, capable of going several days, sometimes weeks on a charge. I am an avid reader so times may vary for someone else.
                  It has a small built-in light, making it useful for travels at night without disturbing the driver. The light has an adjustable brilliance control. I have over 1,000 books on my Kindle with room for more. Organizing the books into collections is simple. I personally have an estimated 105 collections.
                  Some books may be loaned to other Kindle users for a specified amount of time. However, not all books are loan-able. Many public libraries have Kindle books to loan also.
                   My personal collections include biography, humor, motivational, Christian living, and many more. There's always something new and interesting available.
                    The Kindle Paperwhite is my 2nd Kindle model, and I will gladly buy an upgraded version when it becomes available. My 1st Kindle was the Kindle Keyboard. The only thing I don't like is the selection of screensaver ad's. Even though you can by a version that does not have the ad's. I would prefer the ad's go along with the type of books I read.
                      So, what about you my readers. Do you have a Kindle? Which model do you have? How many books do you have? Is this your first Kindle? If you have the one with ad's for the screensaver, would you like the ad's to reflect the type of books you read? How do you categorize your books? Would you buy another Kindle?

Disclaimer: I was not paid, or contacted by Amazon, to write this review. I wrote this honest review from my own experiences about a Kindle Paperwhite I bought for personal use.

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