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I am from a small town in Alabama. I am 22 years old. I am a future teacher. I want to make a difference in a child's life. I love my family, my fiance, and my dogs. I love to read and I love scrapbooking.

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Thursday, December 27, 2012

This, That, or Thought Thursdays



Hello there! 

Welcome to This, That, or Thought Thursdays hosted by Wholly Books! Feel free to join in the fun by posting your thoughts about the topic on your blog and leaving a link in the comments or as always feel free to leave a comment with your thoughts!

This Week's Question: Do you believe eBooks are the beginning of the end of traditional bookstores?

My Answer: No definitely not. I feel like even though we now have all of this advanced technology including eBooks, and online sites to buy books such as Amazon, bookstores will continue to make sales. One of the main reasons people buy books online is the price difference (well for me anyway). Why would I go buy one book at the bookstore for $21.99 when I can buy two for the price of that one online at Amazon? While I don't feel bookstores will ever run out of business I do wish they offered more deals to intrigue buyers. Things will keep changing, but they will never completely disappear. 

What are your thoughts on the topic?

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