I’ll be the first to admit I’m old-school, super traditional. I also describe myself as a stubborn person with specific habits.
Which is why for the longest time, I never even read an ebook, much less reached for one. But last year, I discovered I don’t mind them as much as I thought I did. So now I’m a fan.
I still and will forever love physical books. Nothing can replace the experience of turning real pages. Too bad they aren’t as portable as ebooks.
As someone who takes the bus and train, I love having a collection of books on my phone. I’m never truly alone then.
While in transit, I tend to pore over non-fiction. I love fiction, but I don’t love having to stop in the middle of a chapter when I reach my destination. With non-fiction, regardless of where I left off, I find it easier to pick up at a later point.
Both print and digital books have their pros, their cons. Either way, we can use the format that best suit our preferences or lifestyles.
Admittedly, I haven’t given audiobooks a go. Part of me wonders if I ever will. But it’s great to know that many people out there love listening to them.
I don’t own a dedicated e-reader of any kind. My phone does a decent enough job. But if anyone wants to get me one, I wouldn’t be opposed.
No matter the form it takes, reading is a wonderful thing. I will never be against anyone who loves any and all kinds of books.