Back in 2007, when the first Kindle devices were introduced, we were all hooked on ebooks. The rest, as they say, is history. Except that it’s not — the technology continues to advance. The first Kindles seem quaint compared to their modern versions.
I’m amazed by the way technology has continued to evolve. There are seemingly never-ending ways for readers to enjoy great stories these days.
When once we could only read printed pages, now we can read books on all kinds of different devices. Books have become more portable. We can carry hundreds of books with us in our pockets!
Most folks read on their phones these days. Tablets of all sorts are also popular. And there are any number of ereader devices now, too. Which is just the selection for the written word.
Now audiobook streaming has become easier and the costs are coming down every day. Gone are the clunky CDs and MP3 discs, along with the high prices to buy them.
The options are nothing short of wonderful. What is your preferred method of reading books?
One of the many platforms that gives us better access to books across all devices is BookFunnel. If you’ve downloaded any of my sneak peeks or printable bookmarks, you’ve already used BookFunnel. It’s a great service. The folks are very knowledgeable and helpful. And the products are top notch.
BookFunnel offers a wide array of functions, but one of them is a universal method of distributing books to readers. And by “universal” I mean they have options to read a book on any device—whether you read on a Nook, a Kindle, a Kobo, a tablet, your phone, or right here on your browser. BookFunnel has it all!
Want to try it out? Just download the free app first: CLICK HERE.
And then, as a gift to you, here’s one of my books to try for free: Jack in the Green.
and from there, you can decide how you read it or on what device you’ll read.
Once you download the book, comment below and let me know what you think!