We all have a preference, don't we?
Some have readily made the switch to reading electronically without looking back.
Others will never, ever give up their love of turning pages.
I'm somewhere in the middle. I prefer pages, but have found that I fit a lot more book-reading into my life when I have the freedom of picking up my phone and flipping to the Kindle app no matter where I am. The result is that although I've always historically been a one-book-at-a-time person, I now usually have two going; one bound and with a cover, the other made up of pixels and light.
Scratch that, I usually have three going... we like to listen to audio books in the car.
My kids... well, pretty obvious where they fall. How about you?
Bram Stoker's Dracula (this edition)
Marcus Sakey's Brilliance (via the Kindle app)
J.K. Rowling's Order of the Phoenix (audio book)
What she's reading:
C.S. Lewis's The Magician's Nephew
What he's reading:
J.K. Rowling's The Deathly Hallows