I had to swing into the library yesterday to grab a few books for SK, and I happened to notice the most recent Davenport book was in so I grabbed it for my husband.
The problem with saying I grabbed it for my husband is that we both read Sandford (although I only read the Davenport series, as a rule). And now we have a nice, shiny, plastic-protected hardcover to read. And did I mention cost-free because it’s a library book?
But…I don’t want to read a hardcover.
I want to read a digital copy and the Kindle version is only ten dollars.
Paying for a digital version when there’s a free paper version already in the house? Sadly, I’ve done it several times. I’ve even bought digital versions of paperbacks I actually already own.
Oh, the dilemma…if I suffer through reading the hardcover, I could buy two category romances with the ten dollars I’d save. But last time I read a hardcover, I almost gave myself a headache squinting at the non-backlit pages and then I did give myself a headache when I was lying down reading and the book slipped and almost broke my nose.
Oh, what to do…