Can't wait to finish Hekate: Liminal Rites and get my scholarly fix for the arcane (besides the fact that I'm consulting the book whilst writing SUNDARK, an Elle Black Penny Dread). This is the thing about scholarly non-fiction; some stuff's so esoteric, it usually can only be found out-of-print and in print (I don't mind that, I've MANY used books scored in this manner). The other thing is--and this is regards my research habits--I can more easily find what I need if I have the print version of the book. Haven't we spent a lifetime already understanding how to open a book and flip to the section we need? I can't seem to duplicate that speed with an e-book version of Hekate: Liminal Rites.
Fiction on the other hand---I may have versions of certain books in print, but how convenient when they're on a Kindle!