A couple of weeks ago, I treated myself to a Kindle. I had a voucher from Amazon, and I had been wondering what to do with it for ages. When I saw the Kindle Paperwhite I realised this may well be the answer to my reading in bed problems. Sometimes I really struggle to either get to sleep, or I wake up and can’t seem to get back to sleep. I’m by no means an insomniac, but when it does happen the one thing I would love to do is read.
The Kindle Paperwhite is just perfect, as you can set the brightness so you can read it in bed, with no need to turn on a bedside light, so I’m not waking Tall Dad up, with my tossing and turning. I wish I’d had something like this when I was pregnant with restless legs, that really used to drive me bonkers.
I needed a cover for it too, and went on the internet to look for a case. There is so much choice available but I just love the one that I chose, so thought I would share it with you today.
Made by the Manor Bindery, in Hampshire the klever case, looks like a replica book. There are lots of different books available, and you can even have the book personalised. I went for Pride and Prejudice, because I fell in love with the cover.
The Kindle fits in incredibly tightly, it’s definitely not going anywhere once it is in. I needed Tall Dad, to help me, pop it in place.
I honestly never thought I would ever buy a kindle, I love the feel and look of a hardback, or paperback book, but I’m a convert! Since having the kindle I’ve noticed that I have a habit, of once I finish a chapter closing my book (Kindle) and looking at the front cover, which I no longer can do. So I am so pleased I went for this style, as though the cover doesn’t match the book I am reading, I really do appreciate the beautiful illustration of the Hannah Messent design.
The cover I choose cost me £24.99 plus P&P. They make them for various devises, including the Nexus and Kobo. Miss A, desperately wanted me to take a photograph of her with my Kindle, so here it is :
There are so many other features of the Kindle that I really love. The X-Ray feature is brilliant, and my favourite I think. Sometimes you can read a book with a really complicated plot line with many many characters, and this is a feature that allows to look at the structure of the book, the plot lines and people, really nifty idea.
So if you have a Kindle or are looking to purchase a cover, I really can recommend that you look at the selection that Klevercase have.
Disclaimer : Kindle and cover, were purchased in full by myself, I received no financial reward to write this post. I just wanted to share.