Do you people read ebooks?

Where do you usually look for ebooks to read?
On what device do you usually read it?
Can you say any indie books you really enjoyed?

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I use my iPad to read books. KOBO is my favorite eReader to use.
I dont read e-books per se but i do have 1200 digital books on my hard drive but most is pdf. (shop)
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I normally get someone to print them out for me first.
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Started years back with phones, then about 40 books on an ancient PDA (Loox 720), then switched to modern phones with moon reader. But once I saw the kindle display with my own eyes nothing comes close.
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I get ebooks of books I already own for ease of reading. Not many yet but I'll get more.

My fascination with it only began when I privately ebooked my own stuff for a lark. I was like, this is cool!

Otherwise, I still prefer a book you can dog-ear and write in lovingly and leave in the loo for those special moments of true privacy.
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Narrated naughty ebooks are kind of funneh and feely good in the pants.
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I'll read a fictional novel as an e-Book, with my Kindle Fire. Though, most of my reading time falls into the non-fiction or technical manual category - in which I still prefer paper so I can write notes, highlight, bookmark, etc.
I read an average of two novels per week, and switched to ebooks a few years back because it's more convenient and saves heaps of space. I read on dedicated e-ink readers, though. Tried it on the iPad and on the Nexus 7, and the backlit LCD screens don't do it for me. Frontlit e-ink readers offer a nicer experience ... and I won't be checking mail every few minutes. :)

Android and iOS have nicer reading apps, though. I recently picked up an e-ink reader that runs on Android and allows the installation of apps without having to root it. One of these days I'll see if I can install Moon+ Reader and Calibre Companion on it to get the best of both worlds. Just not been in a tinkering mood lately.
I prefer real books. Its just nice to actually flip the page and see the book falling apart from overuse.
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