Print Books or Ebooks? Whatever You Prefer, For All Harlequin Series Titles + Giveaway
The debate between ebooks and print books has been up for discussion since ebooks first surfaced. There are pros and cons to both, but it really depends on your preference. We’ve listed a few of our top reasons for loving each book format. And we have good news—ALL Harlequin series titles are now available in both print and ebook!
Print books are now available online at Amazon and Barnes & Noble (plus Harlequin.com) for Harlequin Superromance, Harlequin Heartwarming, Harlequin Medical Romance, Harlequin Nocturne and all Harlequin Historicals.
- Convenience and storage: ebooks are ideal for when you go on vacation or are away from home for an extended period of time because you can load up on as many books as you’d like, and it won’t take up your whole suitcase!
- Font size: you can adjust the font size to whatever size you’d like—whether you prefer larger words so it is easier to read, or smaller words so you don’t have to turn the page as often—the choice is yours!
- Reading in the dark: no more trying to read in the dark and straining your eyes so you don’t disturb those sleeping.
- All books are the same weight: if you are reading a massive book you can hold it in your hands without straining your arms.
Print Book Pros:
- It’s easy to share the love: when you read an amazing book that you can’t wait to share with friends and family, you can just hand them a copy while you anxiously wait for them to read it, too, so you can discuss the plot.
- No need for batteries: even if you’re stranded in the desert you know you will be able to read your book and not have to worry about the battery ever running out.
- Page flipping: you can go easily go back and check on parts you’ve already read when something pops up in the story.
- Bathtub reading: those nights you just want to soak in a nice warm tub and read a book, not a problem! Your pages might get a bit wet, but they’ll dry out!
Resorting to the Truth by Lisa Dyson (Harlequin Superromance)
Captivating the Witch by Michele Hauf (Harlequin Nocturne)
A Boy to Remember by Cynthia Thomason (Harlequin Heartwarming)
One Night with the Viking by Harper St. George (Harlequin Historical)
A Daddy for Baby Zoe? by Fiona Lowe (Harlequin Medical Romance)
Contest: To celebrate the expanded availability of Harlequin series, we are giving one lucky reader a chance to win one print book from each of the Harlequin series listed above! To enter to win a 5 book set, leave a comment below telling us which format you prefer to read and why: print or ebooks?
Rules: Open to residents of the US and Canada, excluding Quebec. Contest closes January 31, at 11:59 p.m. ET. One (1) winner will be selected from all eligible comments and announced here on or around February 1. Books included in prize pack may differ from the titles pictured. For full official rules, click here.
UPDATE: The contest is now closed and the lucky winner by random draw is… Patricia Hawes! Please check your email for a message from Amy regarding your prize.