I'm still debating on whether or not to get a new e-reader (or maybe get my old Nook fixed.) I still don't like e-readers, but so many authors I like are indy publishing now and releasing books in electronic format only that I may not have a choice. With the stricter limits on my book-buying budget an e-reader would help me read more for less $.
I think if I do go for a new e-reader I need to get one that doesn't shine in my face like the old Nook did, or that can be adjusted to a lower wattage or something. I'm still sensitive to electronic light, and my eyes get tired more easily since the surgery. I also hate touch screens of any type. Really hate them with a passion that burns ever brighter each time I'm forced to use a touch-only device -- not fun for the arthritic. And yes, I've tried the stylus approach and it doesn't despel my loathing at all. Touch technology is absolutely unforgiving of clumsy users like me. It's also why I don't use that idiot GPS my guy wants me to take everywhere; I know I'll try to program it for the market and end up in the Adirondacks.
While I dither on about devices, here's what I've got on my Kindle Cloud Reader in the computer to read during work breaks this week -- Hero by Elsa Jade, aka our blog pal Jessa Slade, which is part of a big shifter series collection by a bunch of authors. So whatcha e-reading now? Let us know in comments.