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May 19, 2011

THURSDAY'S QUESTION OF THE DAY



Today's question stems from something I started thinking about on my way to work this morning. While I was on the train, I looked up and saw SO many people reading - but in so many different ways. I had a book (like a real page-turning book, I felt so old, lol), the lady next to me had a kindle, and someone else was using their Iphone.

My question to you this Thursday morning: how do you read your books? And what is your favorite way to do so?

LET ME KNOW!!!!

8 comments:

  1. Personally, my favorite way to read is on my Kindle. It's easy to carry and I can just go from one book to the next :)

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  2. I love, love, love books. But I also love, love, love my kindle. I like the kindle for heavier books. I like regular books for so many reasons. The feel of them, the covers, etc.

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  3. Honestly, I hate reading a book that is hardcover. They are good to have because the book last longer, but to read it, I hate it. I love my eReader and Paperbacks lol.

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  4. It depends where I am. On the train, I like to read on my Kindle. At home I read physical books. I also like to listen to audio books when I am doing house work. So I am usually reading 3 books at a time.

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  5. Hardcover and paperbacks are the best, hands down. You just can't beat the feel of real pages and the smell of the ink.
    I tend to read a lot late and night and into the early morning, when the house is quiet and everybody else is asleep. I am a bit of a night owl. :)

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  6. I love to read specially printed copies of books...though I own more ebooks I usually just print them when I want to read them...^^ and I love to read at night or at the beach! it's soo relaxing...but since I can't go to the beach every day I end up with this huge pink pillow I have just put my book-bookmark-and matching pen and take off!:D

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  7. At first I thought I would never ever enjoy reading a book through a non-traditional means such as a Kindle/e-reader. However, when I borrowed my wife's Kindle one time, I fell in love, It was so convenient, especially during a commute.

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  8. Up until recently I would have said paperback,every time. But now I am completely and utterly obsessed with my Kindle. Being an indie author of YA ebooks myself, I figured I couldn't very well sell ebooks and not have an e-reader. My Kindle arrived about 3 weeks ago and it is AWESOME. I have lots of regular books in my library but I would rather read them on my kindle!
    Suzy Turner
    http://suzyturner.blogspot.com

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