I used to read books only on paper, then I started reading ebooks at night because it was easier to hold an e-reader or phone in bed than a whole book, then after I realized I like podcasts, I gave audiobooks a try. And now I rotate between all three formats constantly, without a real preference for one over the other.
I tend to read fiction in ebook form mostly lately, and my audiobooks are usually non-fiction (but not always), and books made with paper are mostly gifts or exceptionally pretty versions of a book I love, or non-fiction that I want to savor and/or markup for a book club or later personal study. I wonder if this is odd or if other people like to switch it up too?
Here’s what I’m reading right now, by format: