My vision is not so good anymore, and I no longer have to turn the page as frequently as I did on a reader. Besides, I like the feel of a good book.
My hearing is not good, either, so Audio books did not work for me, but published, paper-and-glue books do.
The best part is: all my favorite authors are shelved at my local library and it will take me years to read all those good mysteries I love the most.
Let's see: if I average reading three novels a week, I shouldn't run out of titles to read until 2043.
The other good news is: I'm finally writing again. Because of my husband's many assorted medical issues the last eighteen months I had no longer felt creative, but I'm writing again, now and have three new manuscripts in the works.
Raising Rudy should be available soon.