I am a reader. I am blind in my left eye and don’t read as fast as I used to but I still read. I mean there’s television and there is the library or if you’ve got a few buck extra there is Amazon and kindle books. I like Kindle Books. I’ve been reading the Kindle edition books now for about six years or so. I can enlarge the print size to suit me. And i have found Kindle books suit me. Hardback books are heavy and hard to hold and read. Paperback books solve the weight problem and I always broke the back of a paperback as soon as I got one, making it much easier to hold, but you can not or seldom can find what you want to read in a paperback. I read paperback Western novels for many years until I decided I had read all the good ones. I even read some of them twice, like Zane Grey’s ‘Riders of the Purple Sage’ and ‘Hondo’ by Louis L’Amour, and ‘Shane’. There are others that do not come to mind. They don’t convert all books to Kindle but enough of them to keep you reading a varied and interesting library in many genres. I have been reading Louise Penny on Kindle. All her mysteries are on the NYTimes best seller list and they are very good but I have about finished her fourth book and I think I am tired of Three Pines, Canada; even tire of Chief Inspector, Camache. I think I’m ready for a short break from mysteries. So, guess what? I bought a book of short stories by Alice Munro, another excellent Canadian writer. I’m going to take a two hour break from reading in which time I will fix myself something to eat, then wash up the dishes from lunch, then sit with my wife as she watches TV and read some Alice Munro. Sometime I have to pinch myself to remind what a lucky son of a gun I am. Cheers, William.