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    I am a huge reader, mainly young adult books. I've been thinking of getting a kindle for a long time now, but I worry I will miss my paper books too much (although I have no room left, and they're stashed everywhere) Did anyone have this problem? Or are you happy to read on the kindle?

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    Yep, 5thbub, that is why I didnt want one, hubby got me one and I love it, dony miss my paper books at all, easy to read while breastfeeding and dont have to wait for new books, plus my full bookshelf wont need upgrading now

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    Quote Originally Posted by 5thbubontheway View Post
    I am a huge reader, mainly young adult books. I've been thinking of getting a kindle for a long time now, but I worry I will miss my paper books too much (although I have no room left, and they're stashed everywhere) Did anyone have this problem? Or are you happy to read on the kindle?
    I thought I would buy I don't at all. In fact I love the ease of the kindle. Download a book anytime... Carry in handbag. It's great. Only need one hand to read in bed etc.

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    I don't have the keyboard or the touch, I have the 4th gen one.
    I have wifi which is all I need as I can wait til I an home. I also more use software to convert different books
    And download to my kindle rather than buying over wifi...
    Dh bought it for me for Christmas and it is so awesome!
    I have a 1 hr trip to work and 1.5 hrs home.
    If I read a book I get travel sick but I am fine with my kindle.


 

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