Dec 7, 2018
Author of We Miss All the Great Parties
Interview starts at 2:12 and ends at 35:59
“I had this traditionalist view that I wanted to hold the paper book and feel the turning of the page. I was absolutely wrong in my assumptions. Reading on an eReader felt like reading. It was still this sort of cuddly, warm, meditative, reflective experience. I could sit and read for hours on it. It fit in my jacket pocket, and I could take it with me, and I found that I was reading more when I had my digital reader.”
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Next Week’s Guest
Tom Abrahams, author of Home: A Post Apocalyptic/Dystopian Adventure (The Traveler Book 1)
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