I can read an article or a email or some news but a book. no way
I used to hate ebooks, but that changed with my iPad. Now I'd prefer to read it as an ebook.
The reason I say sometimes is that I get more free books than I can keep up with, so I don't buy anything unless it is really special.
So far I have not bought any eBooks, but I have a large collection of free ones.
no, if it has to be paid for, go to a bookshop and buy it, if it isn't available in standard print, then I don't want it.
Ever since I bought my Nook, I spend too much on ebooks! LOL.
it depends, there are some sites that offer free eBooks, but believe me they are not always comprehensive. Yes i spent money on good and productive eBooks. as i said it all about CHOICE.
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