Physical books, ebooks, audiobooks.
Most recently, many of the books I finish are on audio. I find that I don't feel like I can sit and read when I should be doing other things but I've missed my fictional worlds.
The J. D. Robb "In Death" series I cannot recommend enough. The narrator, Susan Ericksen, has an excellent way with the different characters, and you know instantly who is talking. The last couple of days, I've been listening to "Game of Thrones" on audio and Roy Dotrice actually has a Guinness Book World Record for most voices done (Not a surprise, once I thought about the series.) He does a fabulous job as well.
Don't get me wrong, sometimes there's just a narrator that has a take on a character that just doesn't work or is just dead boring. I don't think audio is for everyone or every book but I'm glad I've had the opportunity to get back into reading this way and I wanted to share.