There is nothing I like more than browsing in a book store, and the most interesting suburbs have the best ones. However, I'm seeing lots of book shops closing, and I'm guilty of owning a Kindle (which I love). So, I strive for balance: I try to buy an actual book from an actual bookstore for each one (or 2) I download on Kindle. To me, they are two different things - the books I download I probably would not have found or got around to buying in a store; now I can read a review, turn on the WiFi and buy it before I forget. Other times, I'll browse, flip through pages, and buy a book I knew nothing about before then. My books tend to stay home waiting for me to have time to read; my Kindle travels everywhere with me (in its smart cover that I bought at the MOMA gift shop) ready to read while waiting in a queue, sitting on a train or having a quick restorative coffee after work. Are you still buying books from a store?? Hopefully, there will always be some bookshops around.