September and October looked a little bit like this:
eBooks v. ‘Real’ books: Of the ten books I read over September and October, 6 were eBooks. Even my mathematically challenged brain can work out that’s 60%. As the year goes by, this percentage is increasing. I guess that sooner or later I should stop keeping track of this particular statistic. I’m reading the paperbacks I own at a faster rate than I’m buying them while I’m acquiring eBooks at least as fast as I’m reading them. That will most definitely carry on while we live in our current house (since we aren’t planning on extending to include the library of my dreams) so eBooks it is!