I like to read when I have time and prefer action stories or science fiction. There are lots of ladies out there who like to read too and prefer those <strike>porn "romance" novels with dudes like Fabio on the cover.
Japanese lovers of Harlequin romance novels who also happen to own a Nintendo DS can now get digital romance novels on the DS portable console over in Japan. There are 33 titles offered on the DS in a section called DS Harlequin Selection: Love Stories for Grown-Ups.
Of the stores 25 are previously published works, five are new titles that will debut with the launch of the DS section, and three are works previously only offered as online works. I am not sure about reading books on the small DS screen, it seems like that would be a pain.
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