It's been 40 years since the first official ebook was created and released, and this week, we celebrate Read an E-Book Week (March 6th to 12th).
If you haven't read an ebook before, I can tell you it's a very enjoyable experience. You can read ebooks on your PC, which makes it very convenient. Or you can read ebooks on smartphones (ie. iPhone, Blackberry, etc.) You can also read ebooks on a variety of ereaders (Kindle, Kobo, Nook etc.)
As an avid reader, I balked at switching from the tangible feel of print books to the cool technical ebooks, but once I tried it, I fell in love. I enjoy the lightweight feel of my ereader and smartphone. I love the fact that that I can read it anywhere with ease and that it takes up less space in my purse than a print book.
One of the best benefits is that you can enlarge the text. So for those of you who enjoy reading large text books, you'll love this benefit. And the new e-ink technology makes reading on an ereader very easy on the eyes.
I invite you all to check out my ebooks at Amazon, Createspace, Barnes & Noble, Smashwords, Kobo Books and other e-tailers. My ebooks range from $0.99 to $4.99, making them more affordable than ever.