In the world of books, there has long been a contentious debate amongst two categories of readers— those that prefer reading eBooks and others that are all in for traditional paper books.

The argument mainly centers around which of the two-book publication formats is the best suitable for reading.

Despite the increasing popularity of electronic books, and the trend in the shift from paper books to e-books, there are still a lot of different misconceptions about it.

Here are the top three (3) reasons why eBooks are better than print books.

1. Ushers in innovation in the publishing world

eBooks or digital books also allow for publishing experiments and creative ideas in the different stages of the publishing process including creation, copy editing, acquisition, production, marketing, and distribution.

The introduction of E-readers, which are electronic devices designed for reading eBooks represents a sweeping digital revolution, which is opening the doors for innovation in the world of books.

2. Easily accessible

eBooks are delivered in digital formats which makes it easily accessible than its paper book counterpart. Using an electronic device, you can instantly download any eBook you want in minutes from the comfort of your couch.

This accessibility is particularly important during the current coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, as you do not have to expose yourself visiting a bookstore, which minimizes your risk of exposure to the virus.  

3. They are portable

The beauty of eBooks is that they are portable, lightweight, and easy to transport.

This means that you can carry your entire digital library of books wherever you go! Instead of carrying a countless number of books on vacation or any other setting, you can just grab your eBook reader that contains all your favorite books.

This allows for a great deal of convenience, and you do not have to worry about running out of physical storage space for your books anymore.

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