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Old 08-26-2012, 03:54 AM   #78
wings99
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Join Date: Aug 2012
Location: Tasmania
Device: Sony PRS650, Sony T2
I love my ereader (Sony 650), & I'll just buy books from Borders (now Bookworld.com.au) I do still find myself in bookshops during my lunch time, Have got Dymocks & a really good indie near my work. However, I take a photo of the books I want on my phone, then go & buy them online. Bookworld is rather expensive compared to a Kindle, however my local library is best for epub format. I frequent my local library weekly for pbooks, which I love. Overall, I prefer ebooks. I find that the local bookshops are overpriced, in Australia we get ripped off, they only stock maybe 3 books out of a series, then the books vanish from the shelves. Am still hunting for a book which I saw but didn't get at the time but when I went back it was gone. I can be sitting here at home on a Sunday really needed something to read & I have my computer, usb cable & Bookworld. Problem solved! Now the next big decision is what ereader do I buy next.
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