This is a guest post by Karen Schofield. In this age of e-readers, smartphones, and tablets, it sometimes seems as if no one reads paper books anymore. People like the convenience of carrying a small device around, on which they can store and read thousands of e-books. Nothing wrong with that, but for me, nothing beats the feel of a real book in my hand. Which is why I still take a paper book with me almost everywhere I go. Sure, I have an e-reader, but I don’t use it much. It just doesn’t give me the same thrill as reading an actual book. However, it’s not just physical books that

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This is a guest post by Karen Schofield. In this age of e-readers, smartphones, and tablets, it sometimes seems as if no one reads paper books anymore. People like the convenience of carrying a small device around, on which they can store and read thousands of e-books. Nothing wrong with that, but for me, nothing beats the feel of a real book in my hand. Which is why I still take a paper book with me almost everywhere I go. Sure, I have an e-reader, but I don’t use it much. It just doesn’t give me the same thrill as reading an actual book. However, it’s not just physical books that

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