And I have been utterly and completely
Yes, I have joined the
In fact, I am so thrilled with the KindleFire (and e-reading in general) that I decided to focus my first ever solo vlog on it. If you
Apologies, the camera got too hot and stopped, hence part two.
What I'm liking about the Kindlefire:
It is very user friendly despite a very touchy touch screen.
The background color, font, text size and brightness of a book page can be adjusted to suit personal preferences. It makes reading a book very easy on the eyes. And it does not look or feel like reading on a computer.
The backlit screen allows reading in the dark! My favorite feature!! I can read at night while riding in the car! When I can pry it away from my child...
By the way, if you have children consider getting them their own Kindlefire to fight over. My little boy loves reading books and playing free games on it. He actually prefers it over his DSi XL. Grrr...
I like the novelty of streaming videos, music and accessing the web but the Kindlefire may be redundant if you already do that with other portable devices. If that is the case, try an e-reader that is for books only.
What I'm loving about e-reading:
Free books! And not just classics. There seems to be an unlimited supply of 'new' fiction/non-fiction freebies available.
Convenience! An entire portable library is at hand anytime anywhere.
So any new converts among the e-reader naysayers and fence sitters?
Testify, Brother and Sister Bookworms!
E-readers are not evil!
E-readers are good!
Really, you will be delighted by how much an e-reader enhances your reading life.
I kid you not. I still can't get over the wonder of this cool fun new way to read.
And I am still reading physical books too... still buying 'real' bargain books... still borrowing books from the library.
Using an e-reader hasn't changed anything regarding my love or use of physical books. It has only enhanced and added a new dimension to my reading life.
So don't be as silly and stubborn as me, try an e-reader soon!