Both. I'm not willing to give up on my paperbacks. I'm still buying many of my must read authors in paperback. But, I didn't have any hesitation to start loading books on my Kindle once I got it. I have books in seconds (since I live overseas, I can't express enough what a huge deal this is). Kindle also offers books for free on a regular basis and it's a great way to discover authors I had never heard of before. Will I eventually switch over to all Kindle? I don't think so, but I really don't know.
I use both. Love physical books, especially for bath time. But nothing beats the practicality of the ereader.
I prefer books. I tend to be tactile. I love the feel of a book. There is nothing better (other than...ahem...you know) than curling up with a good book and getting lost in the experience.
Hi Gabriella, I think I'm in the same boat. Although I did hear the other day that Amazon said e-books out sold print for the first time in May.
Rosalie, I've lost two things I love in the last couple years. Baths and reading. I have to tale off my glasses (they steam up) and can't see the small print without 'em. Not fair!
Dawn, I saw a woman reading a book in the mall yesterday and that reminded me of flying. If you have an electronic reader, you have to turn it off on take-off and landings. For me that makes those times very boring.
I love my print books and adore my e-reader and woudn't be without either any more.
Thanks for commenting, Felinewyvern. I'll be doing more print reading than e-reading from here on out because my Kindle just ran out of juice and I've lost my power thingie for charging. Grrrr. It was eaten by my closet.