Every year on National Read A Book Day bibliophiles may celebrate by rushing to their local bookstore or picking out a new selection on their e-reader. But there's a shift in how folks are reading on any day, and the convenience of the e-reader may ultimately lose out to physical books. E-readers skyrocketed in popularity after the Amazon Kindle was introduced in 2007, only to experience a sharp decline in the last few years. But physical book sales are up. Are you ditching your e-reader?
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