Read the usual ones, if you don't want to spend money on paper, print the text on A4 sheets (it seems to me that it will not be expensive). I don't like to read electronic ones either. They are somehow repulsive. And paper ones - rustle of pages, smell of paint, crunch of bindings😻
Be proud of it. Buy plain binding books. Their cost varies from 100 to 300 rubles. I think this money is not huge. You will soon be content with a small home library.
Obviously, if reading paper books delivers more excitement, it's better to read paper books. But there are times when there is no extra money to buy or there is no necessary book in the library. Then Elbuk comes to the rescue.
If there is any discomfort while reading an e-book, then you need to build the settings: increase or change the font scale, for example.
Unfortunately, I use a backlit e-book, so I can add about such books that they help out in the dark (I know, it's harmful) if you adjust the brightness to a comfortable level and put a strict eye-strain font.
I had this. It was very strange for me to hold a plastic thing in my hands and poke at the screen, instead of turning over a physical page. I love it when the book is printed on white paper, with a good cover, hard spine. I read the book carefully - without tearing pages or crunching the spine. In general, a psychopath. But I saw an e-book in the hands of a colleague and I liked the way it looks. I twisted it in my hands, felt it, asked the price, I was stunned. He had an e-book published by one of the largest online stores. Generally. I bought this book because I liked holding it in my hands. Yes, and frequent travel with a large number of books, as it is not so hot. I love paper, but I won't say that an e-book is bad either. You just need to get used to it, and then it will climb into your hands.
A matter of habit, really. I, too, at first, could not perceive e-books. It was necessary to "feel" the paper, to feel the weight of the book, the smell of printing paper. And also make notes in the margins.
But then I realized that paper books severely limit me and my space. I can't take 2-3 books with me when I go to work. It is heavy and takes up a lot of space. My space in the apartment is also not rubber, and all the shelves are already chock-full of all kinds of literature. And I also look with regret at the books that I have already read. It is unlikely that I will ever be able to read these books in the future, and now they are just gathering dust on the shelf, acting as a decoration.
In this regard, e-books are an excellent replacement. They have many advantages and too few disadvantages.
So just try to force yourself to read e-books for the first time. Read only them for a couple of weeks and a month, and after a while you will say to yourself, “How did I live without e-books before ?!”.
To begin with, I will suggest finding a book that will interest you, and then read a short introduction, after which if it fascinates you, then please read, I can advise a site on which short stories are posted, every morning I read there, so it went.
If you want to read electronic ones (because you understand their advantages: it is easier to find a book, more convenient to take with you, etc.), then this is a matter of simple habit. You can read articles on the Internet? So download short stories and persuade yourself to read (in transport, in a cafe, etc.). Then the brain will stop resisting.
I learned how to print and bind paper bindings. Real books come out. True, just for the sake of entertainment I do it sometimes. I have been reading from the monitor almost all my life. But I can offer you to buy an e-book with a screen on electronic ink (e-ink). There are only several generations of them and you need to buy the most modern one. The screen is very similar to paper. Maybe it will help. In this case, you have to charge once a month, which is nice when you are on a business trip.
If your brain flatly refuses to read e-books, then I think it is worth trying to read paper books.
Read paper books. They are still being published, although, of course, soon the publishing houses will be closed due to unprofitability.
Yes, and do not download books from pirates - by doing so, you cause material damage to the author.