Curious to see how your reading habits fit in with those of your fellow St. Louisans? Before you hit the voting booths next month, take Mayor Slay's mini poll, "Long Wait. One Book. Trump's or Hillary's?" According to the writers:
Three out of four Americans have read a book in the last 12 months. Despite the general impression that no one reads books anymore, that percentage has actually not changed much in the past few years. What has changed some is the format in which the book has been read. According to a new Pew Research Center survey, e-books have gained a strong foothold among readers, with one in three readers admitting to have read a book as an e-book.
How do you figure in?
Click below for St. Louis-based writer Curtis Sittenfeld's Eligible in print, Eligible as audiobook, Eligible as eaudiobook, and Eligible as ebook. (Oh, the possibilities!!) We also have Trump's recent Crippled America and Clinton's recent Hard Choices.
And make sure you join Pageturners come summer...