And so far, I have!
Mostly, I've been reading homeschooling books (Lee Binz and Karen DeBeus). I tried reading the Bible on the Kindle, but it's too fussy turning back and forth between passages. I also downloaded a couple of classic novels--Emma and Pride & Prejudice. It's funny; based on those two novels, the first book in my Kindle eBooks recommendations is The Anne of Green Gables Collection. I think I'll wait a bit on that. = )
For the most part, I still prefer real books. I enjoy turning actual pages. I like having more text per page than what the Kindle affords. Plus, holding a paper book is somehow more comforting and homey to me than a digital contraption is.
The Kindle is so portable. I can carry a library in my purse! Also, eBooks are generally less expensive than their paper counterparts. Sometimes, they're free! On top of that, if I've forgotten my reading glasses, I can easily change the text to a larger font size. (That last one makes me sound older than I truly am.)
While the Kindle is a welcome addition to my literary way of life, I don't think I'll be clearing my bookshelves--too much--anytime soon.
"A room without books is like a body without a soul." ~ Cicero
"In a good bookroom you feel in some mysterious way that you are absorbing the wisdom contained in all the books through your skin, without even opening them."
~ Mark Twain
What are you reading? And how?