Welcome to Monday Potpourri and our bookish event: Musing Mondays, hosted by Should Be Reading.
What devices –if any– do you read books on? Do you find it enjoyable, or still somewhat bothersome? Or: If you only read the print books, why haven’t you chosen to read on any devices?
A little over a year ago, I would have answered a resounding “no,” I read only print books.
But my daughter gave me Sparky, my Kindle, and I now have a very strong positive relationship with her. Easy downloads and less expensive reads are the most obvious positives…and then there’s the way you can carry a whole library with you when you go out the door, whether it’s for travel or to the neighborhood coffee shop.
Sometimes, while eating, I get a bit nervous to read on Sparky. What if I splash soup on her? And at night, I’m wary of dropping her on the floor while reading in bed. But I seem to be overcoming these uncertainties.
One of my own creations, Web of Tyranny, is available on Kindle, as well as in print.
I hope to have two more titles out this year, and I’m wondering if I should just put them on Kindle…or both e-book and print.
What do you think about devices? I know that I’ll always want some print books…I love being surrounded by my overflowing shelves.