Book Blogger Hop: Buying Books in Multiple Formats

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Book Blogger Hop is a weekly meme hosted by Billy of Ramblings of a Coffee Addicted Reader that runs from Friday to Thursday in which bloggers answer a book-related prompt. It’s a great way to provide some insight into yourself and introduce yourself to some great new blogs.

Before I get into this, I just want to say I’m sorry for not posting for nearly two weeks. To be honest with you, I just didn’t feel like posting. I will once again be blaming quarantine for this. Anyway, on to this week’s discussion question!

If you own an eBook, would you also purchase a print copy as well?

The short answer is no, probably not.

The long answer is that I have once. I originally read Red, White, & Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston on my Kindle and loved it so much, I bought a physical copy.

I’ve also been on the hunt for a physical copy of If We Were Villains by M.L. Rio. I suppose I could just order a copy, but because I already own the eBook, I’d rather happen upon it in the store.

Basically, the book must be a favorite in order for me to buy it in another format. I still usually don’t though because I don’t have much space on my shelves and would rather use that space and my money on books I don’t already own.


Do you buy books in eBook and print? Why or why not? Let’s discuss in the comments!

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One thought on “Book Blogger Hop: Buying Books in Multiple Formats

  1. My answer was pretty much the same as yours. If it’s really good and I want to share it, I might buy it. But usually I read it how I get it, and then move on. Thanks for sharing!

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