Saturday, November 6, 2010

What's Your Reading Pleasure?


How do you read your favorite books? Paper? Computer? E Reader? Or listen to an audio?
I've been a paper girl for more years than I care to mention. For me its a lot easier than reading off a computer. I wanted a hand held device but there always seemed better ways to spend my money. You know how that goes:) I won a Nook this year at Romanticon and I read my first book on it: Ms. Julia's Persephone. I was stunned. Its amazingly comfortable to hold and read and its addictive. The only thing that disappointed me was that there wasn't a built in light in it for night reading.
So tell us, what's your favorite way to read? Great minds want to know:) And if you read with a hand held, which one do you prefer?
Have a great weekend!

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9 comments:

  1. I read in paper or on my computer, but hubby loves his kindle. I don't have an ereader.

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  2. I love paperback but I am really starting to love my ereaders. I have a Sony, Kindle and a Nook.
    Sundial

    debby236 at att dot net

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  3. Wow, Debby. Which do you think is the best e reader?

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  4. I've discovered I usually read with my Sony Pocket when I'm in the car or out and about. I stick to paperbacks when in bed or at the store...unless I'm out of reading material at home, and then I'll use the Sony.

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  5. How do you like your Sony Molly. I tend to use my e in the car also.

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  6. I used to favor hardbacks, but I've found the paperbacks are much easier on my fingers (arthritis) lately. I do have quite a variety of e-books, but I don't enjoy them as much as curling up with an actual book! It might be different if I were younger, but the sundial is showing it's much later in life now.

    reading_frenzy at yahoo dot com

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  7. Hi LuAnn,
    Glad you stopped by! A couple of my buds are dealing with arthritis and its just not fun. Kudos to you for not letting it slow you down.

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