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Old 06-17-2009, 05:37 PM   #13
Bilbo1967
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Originally Posted by vivaldirules View Post
Unread ebooks on my Reader is a small issue (a few dozen) compared to the unread pbooks on my shelves (a few hundred). I offer no excuses and feel no remorse. Can one have too many flowers? And wouldn't having too few books to read be the real tragedy?
I'm the exact opposite; very few unread pbooks but quite a few unread e-books.

I think that the reason for this is the availability of free e-books. If I pay for a pbook, I make damn sure I read it; with e-books, there is so much free stuff out there that I tend to download stuff on the off chance that I'll enjoy it and so build up a bit of a backlog.
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