How do you prefer to read – looking at a screen or holding some paper in your hands? I have been asking a few people their views. There is no doubt that older people enjoy the feel and touch of a book. Young people under 18 years of age have grown up looking at screens and pressing buttons.
Of course, the E-books technology provides more than a book. The race is on amongst Sony, Nook, Kindle and the iPad, to name a few, for the largest expanding market on earth – the eyeballs of tomorrow. Unlike a book, these new devices can carry advertising, music, maps, and pay for themselves indirectly.
As an author and publisher, I have a keen interest in the E reading revolution as I call it. I have developed a series of books based on Amazing People which will be published by the Amazing People Club. The first two will be published in April. One is called Amazing Women and the other is called Amazing Americans. To have a preview, go to www.amazingpeopleclub.com
Many of the audios are already available at http://www.learnoutloud.com
Thanks to/photos/ekosystem/ for flickr photo