Yes,, I still read books, <br />
sometimes I re-read books I've already read
I still love books. The written word rules. Real bound paper books are like old friends. I love used bookstores...it feels like my church.
I read books. Real books. That will never change.
I never stopped. <br />
My books are my treasures. I read my favorites over and over again. I love books. And reading them on a computer screen just isn't the same. There is something about the type, weight, smell, and the feel of a book.
There's nothing better than curling up with a PAPERback and getting lost in someone else's story :)<br />
Also, I find that between the TV, PS3, Mobile Phone, Computer etc, my eyes just can't take anymore :P
Yes. Lots of ems. Hackers can't see what I read on paper.
YES! I still LOVE to read books!!! ENJOY!!!
I always have a book with me on public transport (which I use a lot. No car), preferably one I haven't read before. I read a different book just before bed most nights, usually something I have read before (probably several times). It helps me to relax :-)
Yes I'm a regular at my local library.
Yep. Several at a time, almost constantly.
i dont read as much as i used to but i do love to read books :) my freshman year of high school i read 97 books. i got an award. im such a nerd.
Every single day! I think about books more often than I think about chocolate or sex. (Granted, I couldn't have said that in my 20s or 30s, but it makes the point!)
Not as much as I would like to. These days the only books I read are when I'm studying. I still have a cupboard full of unread books that I baught when I used to collect. With work and the kids I just can't seem to find the time these days. Oh how I miss the time when I was still single...
lots and all the time.
Yes I still read books and like many others who have answered your question, I prefer real paper bound books that I feel in my hand while I read. I'm reading The Museum of Innocence at the moment
Continually. I also read in the electronic media as well, but I far prefer paper for 'pleasure reading'. I honestly could care less when it comes to 'professional reading', but either way I know my eyes are less strained by a real book in good lighting versus a computer screen no matter how high a quality.
Yeah, I don't even watch TV. And I collect paper books. It's alot harder to break them than an electronic device. Besides, if I bury them for 100 years, I don't need new batteries. Plus I don't trust electronic media like I trust paper.
Yes, all the time..