Q: What is your preferred reading format? Hardcover, eBooks, paperback etc?
A: Depends on the type of book. For fiction, it is actually easier for me to read on an e-reader (I have a kindle fire that I love, and my iPhone is great for when I'm waiting for something). But for crafting and cooking, a hard copy (paperback, softcover, or hardback) is preferred because I can actually take it into the kitchen and flip the pages back and forth. Hard to do that with an e-reader. Non-fiction history reads better in a paperback. Don't ask me why.
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