She’s awesome! I read the “shattered earth” trilogy some time a month ago, and the “inheritance” trilogy just now.
I used the sfpl to check out the inheritance trilogy, and read it on kindle (the app for ios and a small refurbished kindle paperwhite i’ve had for a while now). I posted some of my “highlighted” passages from the inheritange trilogy: https://www.goodreads.com/notes/22211754-the-inheritance-trilogy/120790-judytuna
I haven’t used that feature of goodreads before (making your reading notes “social” via public posting of your highlights) but I’m not gonna lie: I like it for now. I’ve always liked the private highlighting: it’s convenient to highlight and comment inline, directly in the kindle native app or, more clumsily, pressing on the kindle device and fumbling until you get the right words. And it shows you passages “others” have highlighted; you can turn it off, but it defaults to on. I’ve left it on for curiosity but I don’t like it as much? My eye jumps down when I see the dotted underline, I can’t resist the distraction. Why do I highlight things? I don’t really have any rhyme or reason. Bits I like. A fantasy of writing an essay like I last did 15 years ago. Maybe thoughts about “social” reading should go in … webcraft? Digital privacy? hmm