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Old 09-27-2012, 12:58 AM   #10
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Originally Posted by 6charlong View Post
Personally I'm in love with eBooks. After many years of buying paper books I've reached the point I'm unwilling to give up any more of my living space for more books. But I like to re-read books. Sometimes I just want to read a particular chapter of an old favorite or I want to switch from fiction to nonfiction or I want to look something up that I read or I want to search one of my books for a particular reference--it's easy to do all of this with eReaders but not possible with a library of paper books.

Really, eBooks were invented for people like me who discover a love for reading.


I also discovered new authors, indie or not, that I would never ever have looked at in a bookshop (had they been there for me to find), so this is another great plus for me. I do miss the feeling of paper on my fingers though, I admit it, so once in a while I enjoy reading a paperbook, but that is indeed only once or twice a year.
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