Do you prefer to read a paper book or read from a media device (computer, nook , etc.) ?
Still love my paperback novels.
I prefer a book. I can do reading on a computer for hubs, and blogs and short articles. . . .but for a novel? Heck no! give me a book!
I read paperbacks or check out books from the Seattle Public Library.
Paperbacks are definitely my favorite. I love the texture, the weight and the fact that if I drop in the sink or tub I'm only lose the one novel
Definitely paperback. As with Wesman, I can read blogs and articles on-line, pdf files etc, but when it comes to long novels, I prefer something I can hold however I want, take wherever I want, and doesn't have battery life.
Preference is still printed media.. a book... don't think would like to read an entire book from a media device, no!
I prefer to read proper paper books. I am not a big fan of e-books.
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