It has been a dog's age since I last did a 10 for Tuesday. Somewhere along the line I got so busy that I didn't notice when I stopped receiving the emails.
Of course, it doesn't hurt that the first one back is 10 books on my summer reading list. I just got a Kobo almost two weeks ago (yeah birthday!), and I'll admit that it has mostly been a vehicle for reading the most mind numbing drivel and brain candy possible. Though in a fit of frustration when one of my books didn't load (completely my fault for not wanting to read the instructions), I did read some classic Japanese fairy tales.
1. Silly vampire lit. Think teen and tween lit that is not Twilight, though I might read it on the ereader, but only if I can borrow it from the library. I'm so far enjoying my silly vampire lit via library-sourced ebooks. It's affordable and allows me to dabble in a new author before taking the plunge. I've already read the first P.C. Cast book on my laptop and it was fairly engaging and left me willing to part with a few hard earned dinari and rocks for a bit more.
2. Things Chris recommends. She has a wide and voracious reading habit, and tends to find a lot of free or discounted ebooks. I'm trying to see what the thrift factor of an ereader is/can be, and to that end I'm only buying books that are marked at high discount, are free, or can be purchased with gift certificates.
3. I will probably buy all of the Tamora Pierce books available for the ereader over the next six months or so, and then I will read them all. Even though that is way more than 24 books I expect it will only take me a couple of weeks if I don't have to worry about carrying one or two of them at a time. Sadly, unlike some popular romance/mystery/thriller authors, there is no option to buy boxed 'ebook' sets of the Tamora Pierce books.
4. I am planning to get the Pioneer Woman cookbook for the ereader. It will be an experiment in whether or not I get suitable levels of functionality from an ereader cookbook or if I should just chuck the cookbook idea in favor of the Internet. I already do a hefty amount of cooking via moving my laptop onto the bookshelf in the kitchen and reading the recipe off of it.
I'd have more items that than, but really the books that Chris recommends alone is a few dozen a week. I don't read that fast or constantly, having never learned to either read in my sleep or while I am rehearsing.