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Books

Books are essential to me for the reason that I sometimes prefer to read a physical book over the digital version on an e-reader. But sometimes I don’t. So, the question I’ve had recently is whether or not a collection of physical books is absoultely necessary. At present, I have a collection of works by Michael Chrichton, Anthony Bourdain, Haruki Murakami, and a few by Aldous Huxley. I also have a smattering of books by other authors. But I tend to return those books for store credit. Earlier this year, I had my heart set on an Everyman’s Library-style set for display in a glass case. For the most part, this collection would have included books I’ve read and want to read again. But there were several others I was planning to read. At this point, it’s hard for me to foresee what I’m going to want. It might be made more clear when I land in a home… with a library. Either way, I know I’ll continue want some books in my office in …