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Book Format Poll

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19 Feb
11:15am, 19 Feb 2020
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Is here. I've created this thread because of the vote for other. What might that be? Do you have the author come round your house and read it to you?

19 Feb
1:19pm, 19 Feb 2020
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Bump. What other format is there? Stage production?
19 Feb
5:04pm, 19 Feb 2020
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I'd rather you had said "mostly use". I have read physical books and I imagine I will again, but the last 12 in the last 12 months have been 100% Kindle. So if you'd said mostly I'd have voted 2, not 1&2. Lots of love, me. :-) G
19 Feb
5:40pm, 19 Feb 2020
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I voted physical though I have dallied with audio and kindle type malarkey.

I prefer my books delivered to me now through the medium of Riverdance
20 Feb
8:29am, 20 Feb 2020
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I listened to audiobooks back in 2009 when I was doing a lot of my training on a treadmill, but not used them since. Mainly use the kindle these days, unless I am given a physical book (which often happens at Christmas). Voted 1&2.
20 Feb
4:31pm, 20 Feb 2020
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All three here

Usually have two physical on the go (one to expand my mind and one pleasurable junk read), I listen to an audio book on my commute (car, walk and bus) and the Kindle is there for emergencies and travelling :)
20 Feb
4:51pm, 20 Feb 2020
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For just 'reading books', it's paper all the way. My only audio books are the Harry Potters, and my only ebooks are tech manuals.
20 Feb
4:53pm, 20 Feb 2020
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♪♫ Synge ♪♫
It is so long since I used my Kindle that I can't even get it to hold a charge now. (I answered (1).)
20 Feb
6:19pm, 20 Feb 2020
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Vancouver Jogger
All three. My preference is a paper book. But on holiday I tend to use kindle because it means more books in less space. I listen to audiobooks in the car (with the children on long journies) and occasionally I'll listen to something whilst running (when I have a spare credit)
20 Feb
6:21pm, 20 Feb 2020
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Jools, I’m the same as you

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