Let Me Ask You a Question – 4/12/18

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Let me ask you a question:

Do you prefer to read books on a device or own a hard-copy?

40 thoughts on “Let Me Ask You a Question – 4/12/18

  1. I used to like real books. And I have spent thousands and thousands of dollars on them. Once I learned I could download a Kindle book from the library and not have to go to the library or spend the money, I have now switched over to books on my iPad

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  2. Real books…. I tried reading books on a screen, but for some reason, I just can’t get into the story as well. Also, I like the feeling of holding a book in my hands, and turning the pages…

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  3. Real books. I love the process. I can spend all day in a book store or a library just looking around and deciding what books I want to buy. Then you get to curl up and experience holding it and turning the pages. It’s wonderful.

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  4. I’m in the process of switching to ebook versions because let’s face it, they’re a lot more practical.
    Between my husband and I, we probably own more than 200 or 300 books, and contrary to what one person comments on here, books take up plenty of space. We’ve just given up on getting hard copies. There’s no more room for extra bookshelves!!

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  5. Hard copy, without question. I like the feel of a book in my hands, I like turning the pages, I like the way they look in my bookcase. E-books may be the “in” thing, but they’ll never replace hard copies… at least I hope not!

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  6. I was always more fond of real books. As a frequent traveler and avid reader, however, the eBook devices have enabled me to take multiple books with me without the bulk of the paper books. As for the books I write, there is nothing quite like the feeling of opening a box containing books hot off the press and holding your creation in your hand. I prefer handling real books, but recognize the practicality of using the eBook devices.

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