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Posted by on June 19, 2014


This one is Hosted at the Booking through Thursday Blog.

All other things being equal, what is your favorite format for reading? Hardcover? Paperback? New book? Old book? Leather-bound first edition? E-book?

Oh this one is a little hard for me because I love so many kinds of books. However if someone was holding a gun to my head and making me choose just one kind of book, I would select paperback. They are smaller and easier and I love the smell of a real book the feel of the pages and just everything about it in general. I love leather bounds too though.

And this is a chance for me to share this little MEME i love 🙂

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3 Responses to “Booking through Thursday 6/19/14”

  1. Maura says:

    I love hardbacks more then paperbacks. The reason for this is I find that paperbacks damage more easily.

    Check out my response at http://yaaddict.com/?p=83

    ~Maura @ Ya Addict

  2. Awesome logos! And the sentiment is perfect…LOL.

    If I had my druthers, I would have trade paperbacks or hardcovers…but here’s my reality: MY BTT POST

  3. I prefer e-books. I do like hardbacks better than paperbacks, though. But not covered in leather. I’m a vegan, so that would just be weird… 🙂

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