To Kindle, Or Not To Kindle, That Is The Question

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How many times over the years have you, like me, lent one of your precious books from your personal library to a friend or colleague, never to see it again? If you are a book lover, you feel violated, let down and downright annoyed that the book you sought out from the many displayed on your local book shops shelves, has vanished forever.

But a book, especially a paperback edition, is merely a thing and therefore not important – correct? Wrong! Someone took a great deal of time and energy creating that precious manuscript for your reading pleasure. Plus, a book – all books, were never ever designed to be read and then disposed of. Nor were they ever meant to be treated roughly by having their spines broken, a practice I abhor.

Just look at the sad sight of misused and abused books available in the plethora of second hand bookshops, the graveyard for terminally ill books, within your own nation. Many have torn pages. Many have terrible wounds inflicted on them by unthinking people who have bent them backwards, or folded the top corner of a page instead of inserting some form of bookmark to mark their place within the novel’s pages.

Well, all those disgusting and downright unthinking practices can now end forever. No longer will you need to replace your lost copy to fill the gap in your book shelf. No longer will your precious books be subjected to the unthinking and callous misuse by the moronic sector of the world of readers.

I give you the answer to all of the above – Kindle and its sister version of the EBook reader, Nook. Amazon brought out Kindle and Nook is the product of Barnes & Noble. There are others out there, far too many to mention.

Here I make the case for Kindle as an excellent example of the way books can now be purchased and read. Progressive book sellers like Amazon now offer the reader two ways of buying that ‘must have’ book. You can either order your physical copy, whether it is hardcover, or paperback, then within a few weeks it will arrive through your letterbox, or you can do what I do.

Either buy yourself a Kindle Reader, or as I have, simply download the totally free version of Kindle for PC. Next all you have to do is find the Kindle version of that ‘must have’ book, and with one click, within the space of one minute, you have the book sitting in front of you on your Kindle Reader or your Kindle for PC programme. No lengthy lead times, no “Currently this book is out of stock”, and best of all, your precious book is out of reach of those serial book abusers for all time!

Try it; I guarantee you that you will not regret it…

To Kindle, Or Not To Kindle, That Is The Question was last modified: December 26th, 2014 by Jack Eason
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4 Responses to "To Kindle, Or Not To Kindle, That Is The Question"

  1. Joan Candy  Sunday, October 10, 2010 at 11:43

    I totally agree, that’s why my books never leave my house. If someone wants to read it, I prefer to buy it for him/her!
    JC

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  2. Mary Hammersmith  Sunday, October 10, 2010 at 14:02

    I really don’t mind. When I read a book I like very much, I immediately give it to someone I know will appreciate it, lol.
    Mary

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  3. Ivor. EwanHogg  Monday, October 11, 2010 at 0:43

    You cant smell the ink on kindle

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  4. Jack Eason  Monday, October 11, 2010 at 12:46

    Like it or not Ivor, Kindle, Nook and all of the other ebook readers are the way of the future. With the busy lives people lead these days, finding the time to sit down and read is sadly becoming more and more a thing of the past.

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