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Should I Buy a Kindle?

Updated on November 30, 2014


Kindle is On Sale

Over the last few years, people have been raving about owning a Kindle or a Kindle Fire rather than reading a traditional book. But many people have been afraid to dive in and start reading their books on an e device like Kindle.

But now the original eReader is cheaper than ever with the price of Kindle of a mere $79.00 many people (including me) are thinking that it is a good time to jump into the world of electronic reading devises. I mean that is really a great price. And It would be much easier to carry a light weight Kindle rather than a bunch of books. And it is just like reading paper. You can download as many books as you want and read them again and again, just like a paper book. Also Amazon has a huge collection of Kindle books.

Kindle is perfect for bookworms like me!

I usually read one book a week but it isn't unusual for me to read a few. I love to read. Because books can get to be so expensive, I do tend to get lots of books at the public library. Unless of course it is by one of my favorite authors that I know I would love to read a few times. However, Amazon has a really large selection of Kindle books which are much less then traditional books.

But, I really just like the feel of a book in my hand. And of course I love having a nice book shelf of my favorite classics. When you have a real book you can load it to a friend.

Well I guess I am still undecided. Who knows maybe someone will decide for me and give me a Kindle for Christmas. I guess I'll just have to wait and see.

5 Reasons To Buy Kindle 6" eBook Reader

  • The touchscreen is as easy to read as a real book. There isn't any glare.
  • The 6" Kindle is lighter than a paperback book. So you can easily take it with you where ever you go.
  • Huge selection of free books. You will never run out of something to read. Download free kindle books anytime you want.
  • Battery has a long life. Will last weeks without charging.
  • You can take the special offer and try it for free to 30 days.

The Amazon Kindle

Help Me Decide. Do I want a Kindle?

What do you think about Amazon's Kindle?

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    • rawnuke profile image


      8 years ago from Tennessee

      I don't know if I should or not. I am thinking about using that money on an iPad and getting the Kindle App.

    • stars439 profile image


      8 years ago from Louisiana, The Magnolia and Pelican State.

      I hope you get one for Christmas. God Bless You.

    • Hello, hello, profile image

      Hello, hello, 

      8 years ago from London, UK

      That is the best way, to put on Father Christmas' list. I am sorry but I couldn't advice you because I have no idea about it.

    • Wendy Krick profile imageAUTHOR

      Wendy Krick 

      8 years ago from Maryland

      I Know... Maybe I'll get one for Christmas and the decision will be made for me. :)

    • billyaustindillon profile image


      8 years ago

      I have been always just brushing these off with the standard nah I like real books. However the new Kindle DX is pretty neat, and the Nook and of course the iPad. I am starting to think maybe...


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