Do you prefer physical books, Ebooks, or audiobooks?? (there is no wrong answer)
It’s been tougher to answer this question in the past few years. I have always preferred physical books over any other format, but ever since I found out you can borrow ebooks from my library (and that there’s sometimes more selection in that form) I’ve converted to generally reading ebooks. Now, I still love having a book in my hand, but I’ve drifted to ebooks also out of convenience. At one of my old jobs I was allowed to read (unless I had a customer, of course) and there I was allowed to bring any form of book. However, at my other job, I was also able to read on my downtime but would have gotten in trouble if I brought in a physical book. Which still bugs me. They didn’t care if I sat on my phone all day, but would care if you brought anything ‘physical’ to sit there and do because it seemed ‘unprofessional’. It was dumb. ANYWAY. The convenience of being able to read from my phone or Nook is a big turn on. So currently it’s a tie between physical and ebooks. I’ve tried an audiobook once or twice and I just can’t do it. I would love to, trust me, but if I don’t have the words in front of me my mind tends to wander.