Does your e-book library count?
That’s my question of the day.
It all started like this:
I’m taking a break from re-reading The One by Kiera Cass which I am reading on my iPhone because I just need to breath and calm down my fangirling nerves plus, my eyes need a rest. So I start staring at my piles of books that don’t have a room on my shelf because that’s what book nerds do, we stare at our bookshelf in our free time.
And BOOM! It comes to mind. Do all the book I have on iBooks count?
And do they really????
I don’t use my iPhone to read that frequently because I am just getting into this zone. Reading on a device is so much harder and longer for me because I’m not fully into the book. I’m still aware of my surroundings; the TV in the background, my brothers shouting and laughing. Don’t know why that’s just me. And if I’m honest, I don’t really enjoy reading on my iPhone but I have to admit I have a lot of books on my iBook library that I absolutely need to power through.
Back to the question itself.
Do those books really count into your library?
If you look at this objectively then yes, of course. A book is a book no matter if it’s an electronic version or a paperback version. They all count because no matter what, they’re still books. They’re still stories that need to be read and enjoyed (or not)
But then, I look but at my physical shelf, again and wonder……
Does it really count if it isn’t physical? Nobody really sees the books I have on iBooks and most of the books I have on that, I haven’t even read either and I talk about them even less then I’m supposed to.
I guess the argument for “yes” makes much more sense.
TELL ME YOUR OPINION!
DOES YOUR E-BOOK LIBRARY COUNT?
I’d really love your opinion!