Paperbacks

You can’t replace some things.

I just started my vacation and last night I finished reading my paperback copy of Elmore Leonard’s, Riding The Rap, and I don’t have another novel to read.

It makes me sad.

Yes, I could download a Kindle book and read on my iPhone or tablet, but there’s just something comfortable about a good ol’ paperback. It doesn’t even compare to a hardback which I find heavy and cumbersome.

A good paperback is like a warm blanket. It just feels cozy.

As long as I have my reading glasses. Life changes post-45.

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