I love watching book tags but when I discovered there was an eReader book tag, you know I had to take part in it.
Micah Cummings created the tag, but I discovered it by The Bookish Knitter on youtube. I have been watching a lot of videos because I enjoy hearing what others think about their eReaders and how they customize their kindles and just their thoughts.
- What was the first eReader you have ever owned? What was your reason for getting one? Were you a reluctant convert,, or an eager one?
- What eReader do you use now/what eReaders do you own?
- Do you read digitally on multiple devices, or always on the same device? If you use multiple, how do you decide which one to use?
- Do you still read physical books? If so, how do you decide which format to read a certain book in?
- What is something you dislike about reading ebooks?
- Would you ever ditch physical books completely and become a sole ebook reader? If yes, why? if no, why not?
- Where do you get your ebooks? Kindle store, library loans, third-party websites?
- Tag some fellow BookTubers!
- The first eReader I have ever owned was an iPad. My mom bought me one as a gift and I decided to use it to read on. I was eager to convert to an eReader, because I went through books pretty fast and before I knew how to drive I had to wait until my mom was available to take me to the bookstore.
- iPad Mini 6
- I used to switch from my phone to my iPad Pro BUT I now I only use my iPad Mini. It is a lot easier to carry around when I travel because of how small and light it is.
- I do not. I have all my book digitally. I recently donated all of my physical copy books except for Twisted Wonderland and 07-Ghost. There are no digital copies of them yet.
- The one thing that I don’t like about reading ebooks the books that I sometimes would like to read are not available in digital copy and I have to wait a while before it is released and by that time I forget about the book.
- I would 100% ditch the physical books because and become a sole ebook reader because I pretty much have already. I find it much easier to read when I have a digital copy because I don’t have to wait for the next book in the series or carry around multiple books at a time. Everything is conveniently in the palm of my hands.
- I purchase my books in three different places, iTunes, Kindle, and Barnes & Noble.
- I tag whoever would like to do this tag! 🙂
Lately, I have been finding a lot more people with eReaders which to me is very exciting because I am an eReader. But no matter how you read physical or digitally we are all readers and I absolutely LOVE the reading community.