Having a vision problem and only one hand to use, my love of books was something I had to let go of.
When I say “love of books” I mean that I used to have five kids and sold two to get the newest release I was waiting on.
These three are just glad the Harry Potter series is over.
Losing myself in the turn of pages was something lost to me.
Until I found this:
Now, forget that the Kindle is more expensive and pretty much a fun toy.
THIS MADE BOOKS POSSIBLE AGAIN.
The kindle app let’s have it for free on most of my technology.
Things the Kindle can do for me:
- size fonts (so the words can be obnoxiously large)
- available on my Blackberry phone so I can hold it one-handed.
- get books any time from online and I don’t have to go into stores (or wait)(this CAN be a bad thing)(I love you, honey!)
This is definitely one of those things that I recommend to a lot of people.
If they are able to get an actual device you can get the words even larger, making reading less difficult for the vision-impaired.
So, the next time you’re thinking of
throbbing manhoods heaving bosoms that hard-to-buy-for person, keep these in mind!