The only problem is that I have maybe 30 titles on my Kindle that I've bought myself or downloaded from NetGalley that I haven't yet gotten around to because e-books just do not compete for my attention in the same way as physical books.
As much as I really should be reading some of these titles, especially as some are VERY exciting to me (The Lost Prince by Julie Kagawa, Department 19 by Will Hill, Speechless by Hannah Harrington, Daughter of the Flames by Zoe Marriott to name just a few!), I just don't think to read a book from my Kindle. It's very rare that I will choose an e-book over a book that is taking up space on my book shelves or is part of a towering pile of books on my bedside table.
I did go through a very brief phase last year in which I just blitzed through a bunch of NetGalley books, but I'm fairly sure that was down to a reading slump. In order to work my way out of it, I found that reading in a different format seemed to help.
So what to do? How do I keep these e-books in mind when choosing my next read? How do the rest of you manage it?