I can think of a few reasons why sitting down with a grimoire is more appropriate than bringing a Kindle to the table.
You might be running a tabletop RPG and using PDF supplements and accessories. Surely it’s better to pick up a bound tome called “A history of magic” than your ebook reader? Or you might be checking your notes at a LARP. You may even be relaxing on holiday, reading your favourite fantasy and happy to signpost the fact you’re a geek as an icebreaker.
Etsy boutique Klever Case makes all sorts of disguises for your Kindle, and they look pretty cool.
The Harry Potter designs are popular, but there are all sorts of options. There are many different sizes too, and if the Kindle isn’t your tablet of choice, then you might still be able to find a cover that fits.
The covers are handmade and shipped from the United Kingdom. The store has 40 years of bookbinding experience, and I think it shows.
The locally sourced materials seem to help keep the cost down to as the base price is only £25. The design is pretty flexible, as well, and can be folded back to allow for one-handed reading while a magnet in the cover keeps the case closed while it’s in your bag.
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