Wednesday, November 18, 2009


But you know what? I don't really want to pay $259 for an e-book reader. And when the Kindle editions are more expensive (in some cases) than the actual book... well, what's the point?

I think my reading tastes are a little too eclectic for an e-book reader right now. Maybe once retailers start offering all books as digital books... then we'll see. (I don't think any of the non-fiction stuff I've bought recently was available in Kindle format. So I'd still have to buy those books in paper!)


  1. That's awesome. Maybe soon the prices will come down in both the reader and ebook prices.

  2. Hmm, I have to agree. The initial cost is enough on most ereaders but then the books are just as much or more than a bound copy. I much prefer the old fashioned book when given the choice. There is just something about it that makes it more sticks with me.