To test the process Larry selected the first book he found that he thought he would like, it was a John Grisham book. This is where things got a bit confusing, once you find a book you then select the format (Epub, Overdrive or Kindle), since we have a Kindle and we can read Kindle books on our tablet Larry chose Kindle, he was then automatically forwarded to Amazon, it looked like he was purchasing the book but in actuality it downloaded without costing anything. He then had two weeks to read the book, after that the book automatically gets returned. After reading about 50 pages on the Kindle he opened the book via the tablet and it opened to where he had left off on the Kindle, very cool. He finished the book today and wanted to "return" it so it would be available for someone else. The return had to be done from Amazon, not from the website he checked it out from. Learning something new is always fun. Since some books we want are not available and since we just bought tons of books from the Library sale and it might be some time before we start using e-books but it certainly offers us a nice alternative. Larry likes reading via the Kindle, you can set the text size, even in bright sunlight it is perfectly clear and it keeps track of where you are. Ours does not have a back light so no reading in the dark.
Today it was overcast but we had no rain. We didn't have any errands to do in the morning so we hung around the house. We streamed a couple of GizWiz shows. Larry finished his e-book from the library and I worked on my puzzle. About two Larry and I headed to Speegleville for our Advance lessons with the TIPS club. Our lessons were a half hour later than normal and we had two squares. We didn't learn any new moves, the two hours were review of the 17 moves we have been introduced to. We had a fun afternoon reviewing. In the evening we watched our weekly shows on PBS, Call the Mid-Wife and Grantchester. We also watched Dr. Blake's Mysteries which is a detective serious. We had a very nice day.