Remember when you would borrow a book you saw laying around in the house of your friend/aunt/cousin? Reading in those days was simply a matter of seeing something you thought you might like and borrowing or buying it where it stood.
I remember my first Stephen King buy: It. (I think I may have talked about it before). I had never heard of him before that day, and I came across his book by walking into a hotel gift store. This is what the cover looked like for me:
Scary, no? To be honest, I can’t be sure
I came across an article the other day that made the bold statement that eReaders make reading people harder.
The title caught me eye because I couldn’t fathom at that moment what they meant by “reading people harder”.
The sub-title of the article explained it all:
“If you need another reason to worry about the death of print, think of the access to strangers’ souls we’ll lose when e-readers take over”
And it hit me that the writer was, oh, so right.
eReader features I love
Yes, an eReader allows me to walk around with my entire
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