The full post.**
This is fascinating! You'd think the most logical place to use an e-reader would be on holiday. It has all the advantages: you can take a lot of books without weighing down a suitcase; you can take a variety of titles. And yet, there it is: they "like the feel of a real book"
Well, me too.
I had a Kindle for reading manuscripts. When it broke or wore out after three years, I didn't replace it. I actually went back to reading manuscripts on my laptop and editing on paper as often now as I do on screen.
And I read paper books. I have a gazillion e-titles somewhere on my laptop. I've read about three of them.
For a long time I thought I was just an old fogey. (Get off my publishing lawn you electronic urchins!) Maybe there are a lot more of us out there.
Are you reading ebooks more than paper?
What do you pack on vacation?
**hat tip to ShelfAwareness for the link!