I'm also a lifelong reader and find that my reading habits have slowly changed over the years. When I was younger, I read mostly paperback fiction and mostly for enjoyment. This shifted to textbooks when I returned to college as an adult. Then over the past decade or two I have read less fiction and more non-fiction, particularly how-to, computer-related, and writing books. Since getting the Internet bug I have read many ebooks, mostly in .pdf format and on my PCs. I have zero interest in Kindle or any format that requires holding a device. I'm happy to hold a physical book, thank you. I have trouble listening to audio books due to my being easily distracted visually and I end up having to rewind over and over so I don't like the audio book format. Lastly, this year I have decided to make time for reading fiction and I try to read at least an hour of fiction each day. Thanks for asking this interesting question.