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POLL: Where Do You Buy Wargaming eBooks?


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Scott Kursk Inactive Member writes:

@Rallynow. Actually, Barnes and Noble with their Nook has a version of their ebooks where authors can sign them. It's like a one time signature capture window on the cover page.

Personally, I love books. All hardbacked and dust jackety. I've got at least one bookshelf in every room in fact. Though I must say that I am really starting to dig the text to voice on my Kindle. Since I am dyslexic, it helps me stay on the line. Plus, I like audiobooks playing in the background when I paint. That or BBC/NPR.

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VOTING RESULTS
AnswerVotes%Chart
directly from the vendor
121
20%
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Wargames Vault
105
17%
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RPGNow
71
12%
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Amazon
23
4%
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DriveThruRPG
82
13%
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Wargame Downloads
34
6%
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I don't buy eBooks
136
22%
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other (explain)
22
4%
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Saber's Edge
17
3%
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POLL IS CLOSED
POLL DESCRIPTION

When you buy wargaming rulesets and other books in electronic format, where do you usually buy them from?

(Nominations taken from this pre-poll discussion.)