Originally Posted by A.T. Hagan
We have one of the older Kindles that my wife and kids use. My wife and I also have the Kindle apps on our phones which is where we use them the most. The actual Kindles are not as convenient to carry around all the time.
Just got the advanced reader copy of "Captain Vorpatril's Alliance" by Bujold.
I have heard of the series but have not had the pleasure of reading them yet! We just bought a Kindle back in December and love ours. I also use Kindle for PC. It works well on my laptop!
I found this guide book for incubating! It seems to have plenty of information needed for a novice like myself!
Here is the link for anyone else interested!
Permaculture Chicken: Incubation Handbook
The Permaculture Chicken Incubation Handbook walks beginners through perfecting the incubating and hatching process so they can enjoy the exhilaration of the hatch without the angst of dead chicks. 92 full color photos bring incubation to life, while charts, diagrams, and tables provide the hard data you need to accomplish a hatch rate of 85% or more.
I am a HUGE history buff and just ran across this book:
The Big Three: The Lives and Legacies of Franklin D. Roosevelt, Winston Churchill and Joseph Stalin [Kindle Edition]