Since I have a kindle, whenever I see a new release is approaching I have to weigh the pros and cons of purchasing the Hardcover or just downloading on my kindle. I love my kindle and it's great for authors that I might not read over and over or that I might feel awkward being seen while reading. However I still love my bookshelves and being able to touch and smell a new book. If DVD's can be purchased in various formats why can't they sell books the same way?
Nowadays most likely any book that is available as a hardcover (or paperback) will be available as an e-book.
Yes, but when you buy a physical book, you should get a code to download it as well. A 2 for 1 deal. Otherwise you are forced to pay twice for something.
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