joined the Fall Into Reading Challenge hosted over at Callapidder Days. She is posing a question each week, and this week's question is:
On what devices, if any, do you read books? Or are you strictly a “physical book” reader?
Ah, this is an easy one for me. Nope, none. I am still 100% traditional paper books, though it's not that I have anything against all the new ways to read e-books. It just doesn't make sense financially for me.
Setting aside for a moment the fact that all of these new devices (e-readers, smart phones, iPads, etc.) are expensive on their own, buying the e-books to read on them is expensive, too. Currently, I get most of the books I read either from publishers for review or from the library (i.e. free), so having to purchase e-books would definitely cost a lot more.
So, while e-readers, iPads, and smart phones all look kinda cool, I have no problem reading my books the old-fashioned way for now.
Now if only I could get better at getting rid of all the book clutter after I read them...
How about you? Do you read e-books, paper books, or both?