It's true. People change. My reading habit certainly has though I never thought it would happen.
I used to read only print books, but now love both print and e-books (for the pricing, font size adjustability and dictionary functions).
I used to read only one book at a time, but now ... I have three to five books going at the same time. Yes, I'm a juggler. And I realise that if I have only one book going, my limbs start to itch. Then my scalp.
I like a mixture of adult and children's books, of fiction and non-fiction, of contemporary and classics, of mystery and family drama. This is my current mix:
And I'd just finished these:
And yes, this one is on my shelf waiting to be read some time this weekend:
Funny enough, I've never mixed up the characters or setting or plot. Each book carries its own mood that I'm able to dive into after a few lines. I like this way of reading ... for now. Who knows, things might change again in another year or so?
How about you? Do you read only one book at a time, or are you a juggler like me? What's your current read/mix?
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