My list starts with the obvious...I first read the first two as physical books, then reread them periodically as ebooks on a Palm PDA. Then I eread only books that I was rereading. The rest I was fully converted to ereading initially and subsequently.
  1. Jane Austen standard works except the obscure one
    Pride & Prejudice, Emma, Persuasion, Sense & Sensibility, Northanger Abbey, Mansfield Park (I'm due for a reread). Plus that Project Gutenberg version of Persuasion had some dodgy OCR mistakes.
  2. Agatha Christie Miss Marple series
    Also due for a reread.
  3. Susan Elizabeth Phillips' Match Me If You Can
    It is laugh-out-loud funny and I enjoy the quirky female character amidst fictional famous football players. Update April 2016: listening to the audiobook.
  4. Kathryn Stockett's The Help
    First audiobook then immediately after finishing audio listened again then read physical book. Most recently (last year) audiobook again as evening entertainment at a lakefront cabin with no wifi, TV, or cable.
  5. Eloisa James' Desperate Dutchesses #1 and #5
  6. Helen Fielding's Bridget Jones Edge of Reason
    I had recently reread Persuasion, then saw the latter half of the Edge of Reason movie so decided to reread it. I realized that the book was a modern version of Persuasion and thus SO much better than the movie which lost that element. Perhaps the movie maker thought that Persuasion was too obscure of a reference.
  7. Paula Hawkin's The Girl on the Train
    Physical book then later audiobook once it was available at the library.