Sorry to shatter any glamorous illusions you may have had - but dang, I'm kind of excited by the prospect of a clean carpet. Which probably means I need to get out more.
In other news, I saw on Dear Author this morning that eHarlequin is offering up a free ebook as a Halloween treat. So head on over there and download a copy of Hot Property by Carly Phillips for free!
(Offer ends at midnight EST).
This was excellent news for me, since I downloaded the new software to my Sony Reader, that supposedly makes it play nice with DRM ebooks, weeks ago. The problem? Yeah, I was too
So, did it work? Yes, it did!
After I spent time tinkering.
Yeah, remember my recent post about how ebooks will never take off until publishers dumb down the process? Totally standing by that. My first mistake was doing all of this pre-morning caffeine consumption. I know, I'm not sure where the heck my brain was. Anywho, once I realized I had to "authorize" my device by setting up an account (for free) through Adobe Digital Editions (which I generally don't use since I got software with my Sony Reader), it was pretty easy.
I was only slightly tempted, for one brief moment, to put my fist through the computer monitor. Honest!
Times like this I wish I had a computer geek on call, but most of the time I figure it all out after flailing about for a while.
Now when is that carpet-cleaning-guy getting here? This girl has errands to run.
Happy Halloween everybody!