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TUESDAY TALKS: Do you keep both a hardback and paperback copy of the same titles?

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This is set up by the wonderful Janie over at Bookworms Buddy, and Janelle at MrsJRodsReads. This really fun-to-do segment is basically, as the name implies, a talk each Tuesday about a book-related topic.


And this week’s topic is:

Do you keep both a hardback and paperback copy of the same title?

I may be a major book lover but this is one thing I don’t do. The only books I have 2 copies of are, ebooks and physical books simply because I find it harder to read ebooks so I usually read the physical version instead…but just kind have an ecopy. I would love to have another copy of Harry Potter simply because mine are bit worn with being originals! Otherwise I won’t spend my money on a book i’ve already got, i’d rather buy new ones I haven’t read yet.

I hold my hands up and tell you that I have 2 copies of the Iremonger series by Edward Carey, one paperback and one hardback. I received them from Hot Key Books and LOVE the covers of both versions…so I was a little greedy. Check out my reviews of this series below…

Heap House          Foulsham              Lungdon


What about you?
That’s it for this week’s Tuesday Talks!

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2 thoughts on “TUESDAY TALKS: Do you keep both a hardback and paperback copy of the same titles?

  1. One copy is enough for me, and when I really love one book, I enjoy even more to reread the same copy I already own. It’s like going through a familiar journey, and the book feels even more human 🙂 I’m sentimental when it comes to books ahaha

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