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Do you own an E-Reader?  Do you use it like you thought you would?
Well, I own one.  Just had to have it .  Do I use it?  No.  I didn’t give it any thought when I purchased it because  I love to read so I thought it would be nice to own one.
Why don’t I use it?  Well, for starters, if I bought a book, I usually would pass it on to a friend or relative after I’ve read it so they could enjoy reading the book themselves.   I can’t see myself letting them borrow my E-reader  (not sure when I would get it back to read another book).
Second:   Once I’ve read the book the first time, I usually don’t go back and read them again, I would give them to the DAV or Goodwill.  Can’t see how I can donate the books if they are downloaded to the E-reader.
Third:  I thought it would be nice to take it with me to read while I was on vacation.   But when I went down to the pool or the beach, I was afraid it would get wet so I would leave it in the room.   Yes, the books can get wet also, but they can dry and I would not have to worry about it not working when it got wet.  Plus I was afraid someone would walk off with the E-reader, which cost more than the book itself.

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