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Old 06-11-2011, 08:58 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by AkumaTakeshi View Post
And mind me, even for free stuff I'm still choosy, because I know it will be time consuming to read all this, and I know maybe I'll still left some books behind without actually reading them.

But at least I just concentrate on Fantasy and Science Fiction, but unfortunately those are big categories
You're better off than me, then. I regularly read several genres, so even when I'm choosy, it doesn't narrow it down much at all. It pretty much just rules out the self-help, religious and business books, and I get pretty much everything else.

But, when I'm on a "reading binge" I can knock out as much as a book a day, so I do get them read faster than I expected to. Even so, right now the backlog is enough for the next several years.

But they're FREE!!!

Haha, I'm hopeless, which is why I regularly check in on the Ebook Addicts Support thread.
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