Please Vote in My Poll

Does whether you can read a book for "free" have an impact on what you read?

("Free" being a relative term since public libraries are taxpayer-funded, a loan from a friend is a gift based on that friendship, and e-book downloads at no charge still require something with which to read the book. Plus, the time you spend reading something has a value that can never be recaptured and goes far beyond mere money.)


Anonymous said…
I love free books; I routinely download free e-books from Amazon all the time. However, I've noticed that most of them are free for a reason. So, although it is something I wouldn't normally read, I'll try it anyway if it's free, but once it turns out disappointing then I won't continue with it.

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