Question of the Week:
Have you made the switch from print to e-books? Is either one exclusive? (submitted by Elizabeth @ Silver's Reviews)
I have not made a complete switch, but I have been reading e-books more than I have in the past.
Neither has turned exclusive and probably won't.
I don't think I would ever go exclusively to e-books because I love holding books and sharing them with others.
I'm definitely more a real book reader. I read ebooks usually for the review books I get or the indie press ones that are just easier to get a hold of by ebook format.ReplyDelete
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E-books are easier to obtain and much easier to take with you on a trip. :)Delete
Thanks for commenting, Jessica.
I rarely read e-books - I have to push myself to pick one up when I do - and I'm not really sure why.ReplyDelete
It's because we grew up with physical books. :)Delete
It was a push for me too.
Thanks for commenting, Kathy.
I love my ebooks... It's mostly a space thing. I can e-hoard to my hearts content.ReplyDelete
LOL...true about e-hoarding. We can coin that as a new word, Nicci. :)Delete
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I'm a 50/50 girl too.ReplyDelete
50/50 works well.Delete
Thanks for commenting, Nicki.
Great question! I enjoyed thinking about this. I mostly read ebooks now for convenience, but I still love an occasional print book :-)ReplyDelete
I read about 50/50 print/ebook. My TBR stacks on both are pretty large so I try to alternate between the two unless there are ARC's to be reviewed for pub day. I'm currently reading a book on both but the print book I'm reading is taking priority.ReplyDelete
I, too, have not made a complete switch. Choosing one over the other really depends on the purpose for reading the text in question.ReplyDelete
Speaking of sharing books...I will lend from my Kindle, but as a fan of marginalia, I do not lend out any physical books. They have libraries for that! :)