Ebook Valentine’s Day Gift Ideas

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Flower Love by Yana Mikho-Misho

Not enough time to get a Valentine’s Day gift together? Why not give an ebook? Sure, we’ll admit that not every classic gift makes the easy transition to digital:

Consider e-chocolates. Not nearly as tasty as the real thing (even if they are lighter in calories)

And e-flowers just don’t smell as sweet – or at all, really.

How about an e-ring? Try putting that on his/her finger. You’re asking for finger prints on the screen.

And an ecard is so 1999…

So, may we suggest an ebook? After all, it’s a gift you make and have delivered instantly to their iPad (Don’t have an iPad? Try our Instant PDF). And, unlike the examples above, this is a gift they can really experience. Not sure how to do it? Just make a book and either convert it to an ebook for the iPad, or order it as an Instant PDF.

For instance, put your Instagram book into an ebook and you’ve got a digital story they’ll really get into:


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Dreamer by Leviene


Not sure that PDF spells L-O-V-E? It’s all about what you put into your book. Like, you know, maybe that most special of days. To have and to hold, in print and in e.


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Our Cute English Sailor-Style Wedding by Shatalova


Want to get really fancy? Add a video of their favorite song (or maybe even a marriage proposal) in your enhanced ebook for the iPad. Think it’s far-fetched? It wouldn’t be the first time a Blurb book has been used for a marriage proposal.



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  1. Great idea for Valentines day gift.

      February 9, 2013 – 2:10 pm   Permalink
  2. The idea of e-ring was really a great one. I would have used this idea for my beloved on valentines day, but unfortunately I’m too late.

      March 12, 2013 – 12:41 am   Permalink

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