Booksellers have dwindled to half of the numbers there were in the past. But that doesn’t mean they are extinct – yet. There’s still nothing like holding a thick book in your hands, and as you turn the crisp pages, the aroma of ink wafts to your nose. Printing is not out of the picture, although there is definitely a drop in necessity of printing these days with electronic books – many of them free, mind you – ready for a more on-the-go lifestyle.
eBooks can be a good quality for readers that are up-to-date with technology and hold busy lifestyles, but some opinions differ on whether they are better than the real deal sitting in the home. People who read eBooks have more access to the material, but they struggle more with remembering details. Print books are, sadly, going out of style, but it’s questionable whether it’ll completely be gone.
Publishing an eBook can be an easy process, with guides and businesses to help, but whether your eBook will be successful boils down to your intentions. If your book is intended for free help or entertainment, it’s much easier to get published, and at little to no cost. However, most of us want something out of our hard work. Looking at electronic and traditional printing with more depth will help achieve a greater understanding about which would be the best for you. So, it’s time to embrace the good, bad and ugly of eBooks and printed books.
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