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books sees their popularity rising Alan King, of South Launceston Trinity replica cartier ring gold, has been an avid e book reader since 2010 when the LINC first offered the service, and uses his android phone as his device of choice. He reads mainly journal articles and has also read a few larger e books, but he hasn't turned away from the paper version altogether. "I'm sure there are people who read e books exclusively and generally if there's a book I want to read as soon as I can 

Trinity copy cartier ring diamond, sometimes it's quicker to get an e book than the hard copy," Mr King said. "It's also really great if I'm travelling because I don't need to carry a separate book around, just my phone. "Given the choice of a hard paper book or e book though, I would still probably choose the paper book, but with the convenience of e books and the fact you can have 1000 in your pocket, I'm certainly not going to give it up." LINC Launceston manager Garry Conroy Cooper said the e books on offer catered for all age groups. Interestingly, the most popular genres were romance, followed by mystery, thriller, traditional fiction and historical fiction. Mr Conroy Cooper said one of the biggest advantages about borrowing e books was that it was a 24 hour service that gave borrowers access to their titles from anywhere. There was also no need to worry about returning them late, as e books just disappear from your screen once the three week borrowing period is up imitation cartier ring love.