I have a lot of ebooks waiting to be read. I’ve tried to read them. I just can’t do it. It’s not the quality of the book. I read Game of Thrones in hardback and devoured it. I tried to read A Clash of Kings on ebook, and I’m lucky if I got halfway through it. Ebooks feel…wrong. I don’t judge. In fact, my book Celia is available in ebook format. The ebooks I have read I’ve had to force myself to finish because the format just wasn’t working for me. What about you? Do you have any preferences? Are you OCD like I am in the preferences department and actually have a hierarchy of preferences? For any given book, I will choose them (based on availability) in the following order: hardcover, paperback, ebook. Although, if I’m honest, if the ebook is all that’s available, I’ll probably wait for one of the other two formats to free up. I always go for hardcover first, though. I do like how I can have so many books saved up on my Nook so I always have something to read. I don’t have the physical space to house all the books I want to have. It’s not the staring at the screen as it is the inability to turn a page. Swiping a screen is not the same as physically turning a page. The sound the page makes. The smell of them. The way the page feels in your hand. All of that is missing with electronic reading and for me, personally, I think that’s a deal breaker. I need a bigger office.