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eBooks vs. Physical Books

Good Monday Morning everyone!! I wanted to start today’s post off with a question that I keep seeing a lot of discussion around – whether people prefer physical books or eBooks these days. I personally enjoy having an actual book in my hand, but I have to be honest and say that I read eBooks more these days. I have arthritis in my hands that is slowly getting worse, so it hurts too much to hold a book for the hours that I tend to read. The exception for me is at church though, as I don’t feel that I can flip to other passages fast enough when using an eBook. Let’s see what everyone else thinks – comment here to let me know what you prefer to read and why.

I hope everyone has a wonderful Martin Luther King Day!! See you all next week!

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This article has 2 comments

  1. Vanessa

    I was really bucking the notion of e-readers, but I have to admit that I’m on board now. I have read a couple of books on my phone, of all things! I would really love to have a Kindle at some point in the future because it is very convenient and lighter, as you mentioned above. Also, there are lots of free downloads that are instantly delivered. It’s a good thing. 🙂

  2. alissa

    Tough one, but I’d have to say ebook only because it’s lighter to carry around and you can have lots of options while on vacation without taking a giant tote filled with books. But I feel like I should say physical book because I would hate to live in a world with no books.

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