Book report time, with a random side note I’m wondering if you can relate to. Somewhere in the last 3 to 4 months, I gave up reading digital books. Kondo method be damned, I’ve fully converted back to the classic method of reading — you know, with like an actual, physical book. Paperback or hardback, we don’t discriminate around here, but reading now requires a light source and audible page turning. Has this happened to you yet? I noticed that I had so many books downloaded to the Kindle app on my iPad, but had no desire to read any of them. I realized it had nothing to do with the books themselves, and everything to do with not wanting to stare at another screen to relax, especially at nights or on the weekends after a busy week at work. Somehow when holding a physical book, it feels like I’m able to disconnect more and really get into the story. I’ve noticed friends reading more physical books instead of their Kindles lately too. What about you?
Here’s a few titles I’ve recently read, and ones that are on my nightstand or in my Amazon wish list:
More books I read that you probably already know about:
next up / on order:
Books on my Kindle app that I wish I had physical copies of:
On Tyranny (I downloaded this recently after hearing the author speak on Real Time with Bill Maher, and it seems like a quick read and very interesting) · Commonwealth (started it and it was so good, but UGH I don’t want to read on a screen!) · The Goldfinch (yeah, yeah, I know) · A Man Called Ove