The second thing I love the most about E-books (Kindle, iPad, nOOk) is how cheap the prices are when you buy them electronically. (The first thing I love is its E-ink technology)
I just bought a book that would cost me $25 on print but it was only $8 from Amazon Kindle. Such awesome savings, right?
But I can't lie, I still love going to the bookstores, and like my little brother will always say "There's something about the smell of a book and the feel of paper that makes the reading an experience." (Such a nerd. Lol)
I somewhat agree with him.
But instead of going to purchase a book, I go to the bookstore to browse on what are the nice/new books available especially at the "Best Sellers" areas.
I still like to run my fingers across the pages and read the synopsis and have a feel of the book.
And when I'm happy with feel and flow of the book, I flip it close, go online and buy e-Book for half the price and read from my Kindle. (Yes, I'm cheap lol)
I however, usually end up buying notebooks every time I go to the bookstore. The feeling I get when I write (with a pen) on a Moleskine (or any paper notebook) is something any iPad/technology have yet to match or replace.