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Apr
05
2013

E is for Ereader

Welcome to the E day of the A-Z Challenge. Today I’m talking about ereaders! A few years ago, I was initially a little hesitant to use one. I thought they looked really cool, but I wasn’t sure I was ready to give up my paper books. And then I got my first kindle…

I can’t tell you how much I love my kindle!! Actually, I love all of my kindles. I sort of have a kindle obsession. A new one comes out and I just have to have it. I have/had a second generation, keyboard, touch and now a paperwhite. The paperwhite is by far my favorite of all time! It’s heaven.

Now when I read paper books, I find them annoying. I have to hold them with both hands. I have to turn on a light so I can read the words. I can’t increase the text size!! Ugh. Torture.

So what do you read on? Do you love your ereader or are you still a paper book lover? If you’re in the market for a new ebook or paper book, I’ve got you covered! Check out my author page on Amazon and take a look around!

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4 comments

  1. ReadingRenee says:

    We are so much alike. I too have the kindle collection and the old ones are saved. I dont know why but I saw the commercial for the bigger one and told my husband I think I want the bigger one. He told me “WHY ? you just got the smaller one with bigger memory.” I thought this was what you want 2 months ago” He doesnt get it, but YOU do.

    1. Heather says:

      Glad to hear I’m not alone in my kindle obsession, Renee!

  2. Eileen says:

    I started with a Sony Reader, moved to a Nook Color and then I was gifted a kindle Fire. I still read paperbacks from the library because of my budget and I have to be selective on what I buy. 🙁 I love reading on my Nook at night because I can dim the brightness on the device where I can’t on the KF. It is so much easier to read on any of the devices by far.

    1. Heather says:

      HI Eileen, I haven’t ever used a Sony, but my kids each have a Nook Color and I like them okay. I think the user experience is easier on Kindle, but the Nook has great interactive children’s books!

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