But it didn’t.
And then my husband bought me an iPad and I decided to download a couple of eReader apps. Well, then it was on. I realised how quick and easy it was. Now I’ve got more books waiting to read on my iPad then physical books around the house that I haven’t read yet.
Here’s what I love the most about it:
- My massive book addiction isn’t on adding more weight to my already over flowing bookshelves.
- There’s an automatic night light built in so I can read while hubby’s sleeping.
- I’ve got books at my fingertips that I used to have to special order in (being in regional Queensland Australia for some reason means extremely limited book choices. I had to order in Beth Revis’ A MILLION SUNS because no where in town had it in stock).
- I don’t have to wait for the Australia release, which can be up to a year behind the US release date (we’re Down Under, but we’re not Mars!)
- The books are cheaper, so of course that means I can buy more books with money I’m saving.
- I’m finding books that I love that I wouldn’t have otherwise considered buying (Lux novels, I’m looking at you).
I seriously doubt the physical book will ever disappear. But I’m so excited about the reading world eBooks are opening up.
So, what’s your view on the rise of eBooks?