This week's question (1st - 7th March 2019) is:
Have you made the switch from print to e-books? Is either one exclusive? (submitted by Elizabeth @ Silver's Review)
I always used to be exclusively a print book person and was slow to appreciate the potential of ebooks. When we lived in a house and I had a job I didn't have the time to read as much as I now do so could feed my habit with visits to charity shops and the occasional borrowing of new books from my OH.
Since we have embraced the travelling life and I bought my beloved Kindle Fire though, I now nearly only read ebooks or rarely listen to a downloaded audiobook. There is limited book space in a caravan, or now a motorhome, so I have a half dozen print books stashed. These get swapped out at book exchanges when I've read them. Otherwise all my reads are ebooks. I have a serious NetGalley habit(!), often volunteer reviews for blog tours, and also keep an eye out for good Amazon deals. I love having access to global indie and small press ebooks that just wasn't possible via traditional print publishing.
I can't now imagine how I would cope without ebooks. Fingers crossed that dystopian hell never becomes reality!
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