Another criticism is that there are no reputed authors of electronic books. Well, this product is still in the process of gaining wide acceptance amongst masses. Once its popularity increases, it is just a question of time before ‘big’ authors start releasing ebooks.
Further, whether an author is famous or not is a subjective issue. There are innumerable copies of popular books like Harry Potter and Lord of the Rings that have been sold in the electronic format. As ebooks become saleable, big authors and big books shall also follow. It is a question of time before this happens.
The creation of an electronic book is often described as a complicated affair. Well, a person who has absolutely no knowledge of computer may feel so. However, the process of creation of an electronic book is no different than that of hardbound paper book. The text is prepared, edited and then published. The only difference is that the last stage takes place in the virtual world and not on paper.
In fact, most authors prefer typing and editing the book on the computer before converting the same into a printed book. The process of manufacturing an electronic book is just a step ahead of the process.
When one compares these rather frivolous criticisms with the fantastic advantages that electronic books offer, it is apparent that none of the so called negative points make sense. Hence, one should get used to ebooks so that one will not lag behind when the revolution comes.