As in, last week, I woke my husband up in the middle of the night because I was yelling, "Get my Kindle!" (In my dream, my 10 month old was about to spill a glass of water on my Kindle. I was saving the baby from falling off the bed, and I needed my husband to save the Kindle. So my priorities aren't totally out of whack.)
And last Wednesday morning when the tornado sirens were going off, I grabbed my kids, a phone, and my Kindle before heading to the basement.
I still love the smell and feel and convenience of books. And I love going to book stores and signings and all that. But I also enjoy the ereading experience much more than I thought I would. Like when I finished Catching Fire last week, it was amazing to get on the Kindle store and download Mockingjay within minutes.
There's no doubt the boom in ereaders is changing how people select, buy, and read books. Last month, for the first time, ebooks out-sold print books. Amazing.
My question for you today is do you have an ereader or do you have plans to get one? Most the people in my life who have them are older, so I'm curious about you young'ins. Or however that would be punctuated.