RE: I just don't like kindles and I don't think waterstones really do either.
adding to what jenni just posted.
I read and still prefer 'real' books, but my kindle keyboard has definately found a place in my life (I've kept a copy of the first newspaper that I downloaded near on 2 years ago as a souvenir).
I'm reading even more than I used to and I'm finding new authors that I previously have passed by. Reading a sample at leisure is much better way of evaluating a new book/author than browsing covers in a bookshop or even the library. Also the free books page on this site has led to me exploring / buying into new genres I wouldn't have considered before and if I've found I don't like what I've chosen I'll just start another one, without having wasted my money or carted a useless book back from the library. Find an author I like and I'll keep an eye out for others titles when I'm next in a store / library.
A news compilation in the morning, a bit of non-fiction on the way home and a 'novel' or short story evenings / nightime all in one place and never running dry. Perfect.