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Old 11-22-2009, 04:46 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by IcePick View Post
I had exactly the same thoughts while I was reading the new Wheel of Time book.
I am having this issue now,with A Suitable Boy,I find myself constantly wishing I had it in ebook format for either the kindle (so I could read on ipod touch) or the sony reader.....and then it dawns on me how accustomed I've become...to the ease of reading on it...I think alot of regular books,that I can't get in ebook format are going to become read at home only books-as a friend commented the other day "so do you only read that at home on rainy days" or "is that your new weight for your upper body exercises" ..about a few books on my nightstand...

a friend was packing to go on vacation,and she mused at how much of it was reading material...and many of us told her to digitize her materials,to get an ereader or just read on the iphone.I simply ADORE how much I can take with me on a trip to read,and be able to fit it all in my purse
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