From prior blogs you might have assumed this was a done deal, or close to it....but I've still been buying periodic print books to supplement my electronic plunder. What has happened, however, is something along these lines:
1. See cool print book in shop, buy book, convinced I will read it ASAP.
2. Book sits at home, where I lament having poor reading light.
3. Buy very nice reading light, book light, and break out the reading glasses.
4. Realize that a significant chunk of my reading is now done in the dark on a tablet while sitting on the patio.
5. Lament lack of ability to read in the dark on the patio with print books.
6. Take a trip. Read several ebooks while ignoring the print books I also brought along. Think about that one print book I really wanted to read that I left at home. Buy copy in ebook format and finish it on the trip.
7. Finally have a moment to read a real book in perfect lighting with my reading glasses, but now I can't find the book in question. Buy ebook and solve problem.
So: I'm giving up on print books. Unless it's an artsy book like I mentioned before (and even then...graphic novels look pretty slick on my Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 10 inch screen....just sayin') it's pretty much a guarantee at this time that I will engage in tsundoku electronically going forward....my biblioholism may be never ending, but I can at least hide it all inside the walls of my tablet!