My first page will post on Dear Author this Saturday to be reviewed by the general public. I will be utterly stripped naked to be macerated in the public eye. I'm so nervous about it, I could hurl! (**biting fingernails**) Someone tell me what I was thinking when I submitted myself to this? I do realize truly that I did it for genuine feedback from other authors/readers, and I knew it could only challenge me to improve my manuscript. But geez, my insides are twisting like a virgin's on prom night.
Anyway, enough about my upcoming roast and on to something I'm personally curious about. If you've read my previous posts, you may know I'm not too techno-advanced (odd fact given that I'm an electronics technician). I tend to read books the old-fashioned way with novel in hand, turning paper pages and dog-earing to mark my place (I know it's a sin, but they're my books, darn it; I do what I want). I didn't even know what a Kindle was until recently.
I found some posts about the electronic reader technology. I found the post on Dear Author to be pretty informative, but I'm still iffy on what to try out. With all this mishmash of choices and features, I may just find it easiest to stick with my trusty old-fashioned, paper-lovin' ways.
So maybe you could help me decide what to try. What reader do you use, if any? Why is it the best choice for you? How often do you choose it over a traditional print book? What was it like to make the switch from print to ebook?