Do You Read One Book at a Time or More?

Today I’ve been thinking. Just thinking. Thinking about how I used to absolutely HATE reading more than one book at a time. Nowadays, I’m a pro at multi-reading.

I used to get so paranoid that if I started more than one book at a time, I would lose where I am up to in some of the stories, or that I would neglect one book because I’m too invested in another one. This was my pet peeve – leaving a book unfinished.

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Since I’ve started my blog, I find that it’s not too bad reading multiple books. My current benefits from this are that I get to read books straight away, especially if there’s any current hype around the book, and I get to enjoy more at the same time. I also get to catch up on my TBR quicker, well, it feels like it’s quicker. I don’t think it actually is.

What do you guys think? Do you like reading one book at a time or more?

 

 

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4 comments on “Do You Read One Book at a Time or More?”
  1. jatnnaacosta says:

    I used to feel the same way! I am now able to read more than one book at a time, but I have noticed that I always tend to gravitate more towards one. I need to do better at varying the amount I spend reading each one.

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    1. Exactly! I can understand the gravitational pull to a certain book haha and I’m right there with you working on varying my time too ๐Ÿ˜›

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  2. A Pretty Lil Book Blog says:

    I’m exactly the same- I used to have to read one book at a time, but blogging has made me more of a multi reader, as I sometimes have to pause one book then pick up another in order to meet deadlines

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    1. Yes! So relatable with the blogging. I have a deadline every week so I find my self consistently putting down my other books for the Books That Wander TBR instead haha. I’m working on making time for others ๐Ÿ˜›

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