I remember when I read my first ebook on a mobile phone, it was not so smart like nowadays phones, the glowing screen in the darkness of night made me interested in books to a higher extent to continue both the habits of reading and eReading. Years, have passed since that night and now I own a smartphone and a personal eReader as well. My appetite of reading books has grown over the years and to satisfy it, both the formats: physical and electronic, have helped me. Some might not agree with me over ebooks and few might still be indulged in the Battle of Physical Books vs E-Books. But I must say, after all, it’s a matter of choice and opinion. You can stick with books that have an aroma inside them that cannot or haven’t (as to my knowledge) been converted in a saleable fragrance. Or you can get best of both the worlds.
Various times on this blog, I have discussed in multiple posts about ebooks and devices that are used to read ebooks: eReaders. Thus, here is a list of posts so far I have covered on this blog regarding the matter of eReaders.
Best Mobile Reading APPS (I started writing about eReaders two years back. Might be a bit outdated, will be updating soon)
Buying an EReader, Worth? (by me tangling with the thought of buying an eReader)
Reading books in the Digital Age (a discussion on the worth of eBooks in Today’s Techno world)
Merits of Reading (e)Books (this is when discussed some merits of reading eBooks)
GUEST POST: Do E-books Allow Us to Read Books Properly? (a lovely post by CASSIE on reading eBooks)
What can you expect more from this blog in near future on “eReaders”?
- Tech won’t kill you reading: a post in which I, once again discuss some aspects of reading ebooks.
- Problems You Can Solve by Restarting Your Kindle: A post related to Kindle
- Reading Graphic Novels on Kindle: A post in which I tell you how to convert graphic novels/comics/manga into suitable format to read on Kindle
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