I am a voracious reader. My preference has always been hardback books. I even shy away from paperbacks unless they are poetry books which seem perfectly fitted as paperbacks. I have never been able to read a novel on an electronic device, though I can read poetry and children’s books on my iPad. I am curious as to whether anyone regularly reads books electronically or if this ebook thing is mere hype and a fad that will pass.
I think I can envision a more robust reading experience on a big screen TV. You know, kick back in a recliner and read a book in huge print while sipping a craft beer.
No, no, wait a minute, is that where I missed the boat?
Is that what everyone out there is doing? Has technology passed me by once again?
Or how about an audio book?
If you don’t actually read it, is it a book?
In fact, does anyone actually read anymore?
Richard Rensberry, Author at QuickTurtle Books®
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