I LOVE READING ON PAPER BOOK
I loved reading hard-copy books and I have missed them a lot.
As a teenager, I love reading novels romance stories, epic stories and creative stories. They always see me as a serious student at home they just feel am reading my book "she can read books". whenever we go on holiday I take my favourite novels along to show myself there. But now if I see a young girl glued to her phone, she might be reading a book but to me now I believe she is either talking to her boyfriend or she is on one social media site reading gossip and watching fashion pictures. We all know that's not all of it, she might be doing that or she is just a blogger like me that loves to read, make research and write.
Now you know where am heading to. Traditional book reading has a lot of positive reflections on people that see you reading from a book to people that see you reading from a phone.
WHICH DO I PREFER
Reading from your phone or reading from a traditional book?
The children has experiencesold fashion but in my own opinion, I still feel it's the best because I have both experience. Traditional book reading and reading from the phone.
A. Less distraction: we know our mobile phones have a lot going on in them and can cause a distraction while reading, but the traditional book reading we have full concentration and less distraction.
B. It poses you as a serious person.
C. Looking at the screen for a long time has a lot of effect on your eyes because most screens are bright and it comes directly to the eyes.
D. Easy reminder on the text via the chapter and the picture in the book.
E. One-time purchase but when it's the phone book reading, first you need to get a smartphone and then get data to open the site and download.
Personally reading books on paper is better for me than reading from my phone. I have only 2books downloaded on my phone but I have a lot of workbooks, story books, novels and many hard-copy books.
This is in response to the #Hivelearns community contest Week 38 edition 2
Title: Ebooks Vs Paperbacks