Do you buy books exclusively online, or you still go to traditional bookstores for book-shopping?
E-books are downloaded to your computer or mobile phone, but I still enjoy the store.
I get way to much enjoyment from going to book stores to ever stop going. As a matter of fact its the best way to spend an afternoon going to new and used book stores looking for a new book to read. That being said most of what I do read comes from the local library mostly for cost reasons.
I only order online for paperbacks. I live in Brazil and books in English, even used ones, are expensive. My husband refuses to use a Kindle or Nook. I use Ebay or online bookstores.
I do both. With the online experience I like getting books through Amazon and shopping at Barnes and Nobel for traditional books.
by Kevin Languedoc 7 years ago
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by BlissfulWriter 2 years ago
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by telltale 7 months ago
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by Christin Sander 7 years ago
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by Janis Goad 6 years ago
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by Bel Marshall 7 years ago
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