Sunday Poser # 31

Welcome to Week 31 of Sunday Poser

My question this week is;

Do you love reading? How many books you read per week, or per month?

I love reading. And as a child and young adult, I was never without a book in progress. After having children of my own, this spree had to be discontinued. But as they grew up, I started reading again.

Nowadays, I have a buddy schedule and find reading books have taken a backseat. I have lots of books downloaded and ready to be read but I need to find the time. I’ve promised myself that I’ll soon resume this good habit.

These days I’m lucky to finish one book in one month! Nothing to be proud of.

Do what about you?

Do share your thoughts in the comments section.

Thanks for visiting and reading.

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48 thoughts on “Sunday Poser # 31

  1. I used to read four or five a week at one stage (5 on honeymoon in 1977, don’t ask LOL) and had a large collection that took up an entire wall in the cottage. Now I own about a twenty paperbacks, several of which I still haven’t read.

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    1. Ah, those were good days. I have many from fellow bloggers which I have yet to read. I think I spent all my free time on reading blogs. Thanks Di for sharing your thoughts.

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  2. Spring through fall I read voraciously, and have a new book going right after I finish one; 1-3 a week. Winter I have less energy and read 1-2 month. I read Project Hail Mary last week, great science fiction. Andy Weir’s third book (of Martian fame). I highly recommend it!

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  3. Ah, yes, books, and reading. I adore books and reading. I didn’t pick up reading as a real passion until about 12 years ago. There was a time when I was reading about 4 or 5 books a month. Now? Not so much. I read about 1 per month, sometimes 2 max. 😊

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  4. I love reading, and have since I was a little kid. I probably read about two long paperbacks a week, and have more lined up and waiting. Most are regular but some are ebooks. 🙂

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    1. I guess we all are a bit more busy with life nowadays. Non fiction is serious genre. It’s good that you spend your time wisely. Thanks for sharing your thoughts

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  5. I used to devour books. When I commuted by bus, I had an hour and a half round trip each day to read. I even read the A volume of an Encyclopedia. Now I am lucky if I read a book in a month. Still enjoy them though.

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  6. I feel the same as you do, Sadje! I read tons of stuff all day long but usually not my precious books! Recently though, I’ve gotten back in the habit of carving out at least a half-hour before bed. I’m hoping that will make me more eager to add more time during the day to get through the stacks and stacks I have at home! 🙂

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  7. I love reading too but I’m very inconsistent about it. There times when I read even more than 10 books in a single month and then, there times when I can’t read even a single book in 2 months. The last book that I read was Lord of The Flies, in May.

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    1. Thanks for sharing your thoughts Sonali. Reading is such a wonderful way to enrich the mind. We just need to keep on trying to keep it a part of our daily routine.

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  8. I miss reading! I used to read a LOT! But with my health I find it hard to accomplish. But If I ever get caught up on my blog again I have a few new Kindle books to read so I hope to have a little summer reading going on later.

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