I am not a voracious reader. I used to be when I was a child before the internet and cable TV though. I fell out of the habit when those distractions entered my life. I watch virtually no TV now, but I do spend a lot of time with activities on my phone (shopping, podcasts, social media, news). Currently I only read at night in bed just before sleep. This is a problem because I'm not a night owl anymore - when I lie down in bed for the night I'm pretty much ready to fall asleep.
I buy mostly self-help books offered via the Bookbub email (they also have a website with a lot more books to choose from). I like spirituality books and books on health. Occasionally I buy foodie books, but I prefer those to be real books that I can thumb through in real life. I also find myself purchasing biographies and historical fiction (
I always have one self-help book as well as one "reading" book going (might be fiction or non-fiction). Right now I'm reading the book Doc right now - about Doc Holiday. I paid $1.99 for it when I bought it on special (current price $10.99). I'm also working through the book Aging Backwards which was also $1.99. I'm probably not going to read the whole book; I'm particularly interested in the sections on exercise and stretching.
I read with a Kindle Paperwhite. I lurve it! My husband reads with his iPad. Sometimes I use his device if I want to read a magazine or a book that has a lot of pictures. I also have an old Nook, and I continue to add any free books I see offered with a Barnes & Noble link (usually the free books have only an Amazon link).
One thing is definitely true - If the rate I'm reading books and the rate I'm buying books stays constant, then I'm going to have a ginormous unread collection.