Hardcover, paperback, Kindle, Nook, iPad, audio. There’s so many ways to read a book these days it’s hard to keep track. Even so, people almost always have a preference. Some like to have an actual book, others prefer the connivence of e-books, and there are those who rather listen to their books. Where do you fall on the spectrum? Comment below why your way of reading is the best way or why you can’t choose just one way to read.
Results of last week’s poll:
Do you have to finish every book you read?
This one was close but with 60% most of you said you have to finish every book you read. I applaud those of you that do. I am not one of them.
Zakiya N. Jamal was born in Queens, raised in Long Island, and currently resides in Brooklyn. In other words, she’s a New Yorker through and through. She holds a BA in English from Georgetown University and a MFA in Creative Writing with a concentration in Writing for Children and Young Adults from The New School. She has been published in Romper, BuzzFeed, People.com, Thought Catalog, and more. Her non-fiction essay about her "Cuban Impostor Syndrome" can be found in the Latinx anthology, Wild Tongues Can’t Be Tamed. You can find her on Twitter at @ZakiyaNJamal.
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2 thoughts on “POLL: How do you prefer to read?”
I read them all. It depends on cost and convenience and how desperately i want to read it right now. 🙂
Same for me. I usually prefer my Kindle mostly for conscience but I’ve recently found that I really like some audio books.