What are you reading? Do you use an e-reader? I find I am still using a combination of paperbacks and Kindle. The preview facility is leading me try books I wouldnt usually have considered e.g. I have "discovered" CS Lewis ' Christian writings - Screwtape Letters was a really funny series of leters from an Uncle Devil, critising the efforts of his nephew who was urged to greater efforts in tempting. I'm also rediscovering free classics - started with Gullivers Travels. What are you reading?
I mostly use a Kindle nowadays. The last book I finished was 'The Empty Nest' by Celia Dodd which I found very readable and useful, but I wished I'd discovered it a few years earlier when my children finally left to make their own homes.
I'm still very much faithful to paper. I've downloaded a couple of books that are only available as e-books onto the kindle app on my MacBook, but I really don't feel like reading them. Just not the same. Is that strange, when I spend so much time online?