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What's your favorite way to read a book?


[A] E-book
[B] Paperback
[C] Hardcover
[D] Other


I'm going with A for the convenience, although there's something to miss about that tangible quality of physically holding and turning each page. A physical book's got character that the ebook just can't match. Ever notice the scent of a physical book?

Honestly, I have no idea. At one point I was doing the 50 book challenge, not because I thought there was ever a danger of not reading 50, but mostly because I wanted to track new reads, but I'm dreadful at keeping up with it.

Also, it depends how you define books. Do you count rereads? Do you count graphic novels (although I only read one or two a year, and nearly always of books I already have like the Dresden series or Gail Carriger, or tie-ins like the Derek Storm novels)? Do you count those cheap trashy Harlequin microbooks (2-300 pages)that take like an hour and a half per book? 'cause I read a LOT of those. None of those counted towards my 50 book total when I did the 50bc, 'cause they barely qualify as reading.
This hasn't been a good month for me, readingwise, because my extra-curricular time has been taking up with several projects, including planning the Miss's 3rd birthday party. With that in mind, I've read 7 Harlequins; 3 paperback, 4 ebook. I've reread the majority of Harry Potter, just still working on the last book in ebook, sorta as time allows, and I'm on the third story of Dangerous Women. And my backlog is growing exponentially. When I'm finished with Harry Potter on ebook, I will either go back to the Harlequins to pick up the new books I got on sale at Christmas, or reread Lois McMaster Bujold's Chalion series. Possibly both; possibly simultaneously since they're in different apps.

And thank you. I'm probably funny in both ways. :)