Wednesday, 14 March 2018

Why I love my Kindle

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I had thought about getting a Kindle in the past but I wasn’t sure whether it would be okay on my eyes and whether it would be worth it. However, I am really glad that I did eventually get one. Here is why:

1.       It saves me having to hold a book open or carry a book around:
My Kindle is light and feels nice to hold.

2.       I can have as many books as I would like:
You can store so many books on a Kindle so that saves you from taking up more room in your house for books (I actually have no shelf space left) and all of your books are available at your fingertips.

3.       I can borrow library books without having to go out:
You can download Overdrive, an app that allows you to borrow ebooks and audiobooks from your library, you can use this on your phone or Kindle! I prefer using my Kindle as it has a bigger screen.

4.       It tells me how much percent I have read:
When I am reading, my Kindle will tell me what page I am on and how much percent I have read/have left, I find this quite motivating as I want to keep reading to reach a certain percentage each.

So, these are the reasons that I love my Kindle. Do you own a Kindle? Let’s discuss in the comments!


  1. How can you download an app on your Kindle? I love my Kindle for the free classics and being able to have ARCs but lately I've preferred physical books but I still won't be without a Kindle. I love the feature that tells you how long you have to read. I find my battery goes even when I haven't used it for a few days, it's like it never goes off

    1. Hi Jen,
      Is there an appstore on your Kindle? If so, you can get it on there for free or you could use the internet and search Overdrive and download from the website. Are you definitely turning it off fully or are you putting it on standby? As when you lightly click the button it will go on standby but if you press and hold it will shut down?