When you learn you can borrow ebooks from your library, but you are afraid to ask how to do it.
Compared to the e-reader, when I accidentally drop the book, I pick it up and it still works.
The problem with my ebook subscription is that I fully used it only during the free trial.
Print books are more beautiful. Digital books are more functional. Love them both.
You hear first rumors about the new Kindle and you suddenly stop liking the one you own.
A smile every time my book reading app gets an update.
Headache when the new book by your favorite author is still not available in an ebook format.
The screen of my new smartphone is not too small for reading. It’s way too large.
I can’t find my Kindle. It’s never among the gizmos that surround the power socket.
I don’t need an e-reader with a color screen. My mind will color the words beautifully.
From time to time I take out the Kindle from the case just to have a look at it.
Now, when we have the Kindle and the iPad, we’ve started reading printed books again. Shared by Ola Kowalczyk
When you realize reading five ebooks simultaneously is not the right thing to do. Shared by Piotr Kowalczyk
I love ebooks, and I'm not afraid of showing it. Shared by Piotr Kowalczyk
Kindle syndrome: switching between a couple of books during one sitting. Shared by Ola Kowalczyk
My eyes hurt when I read on the tablet. The hell with it, I’m gonna finish this book. Shared by Piotr Kowalczyk
Excited when the ebook I wanna read is available on my library’s website. Shared by Ola Kowalczyk
Terrible moment when Wi-Fi connection breaks while I download a new ebook to my Kindle. Shared by Piotr Kowalczyk
I had a dream. I smelled the Kindle and it had the scent of an old print book. Shared by Ola Kowalczyk
Every time I update the e-reader, I fear I’ll lose all the ebooks. Shared by Piotr Kowalczyk