Not long ago people predicted that books are dead. They are too expensive and too heavy to carry around. All of that may be true. I don't know about the 'too expensive' thing. People have no quarry to pay $20 for a movie ticket and that lasts only two hours. But that's a topic for another post.
I have almost 500 eBooks on my kindle. And that's after I've deleted heaps I didn't enjoy reading. Whenever I travel, I have my 500 books with me on my kindle app on the phone. It's convenient. But I miss the 'real thing'. I used to have lots of books standing in my shelves. Not anymore. I miss that. Other people seem to have similar experiences. Paperback sales are on the rise again. (I have been told. I hope it's true.) Isn't the library in the photo gorgeous?
What do you think? And why? Let me know in the comments.