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Alisa Arishina says
I do that sometimes too and end up frustrated because I don't finish. it's fun, though, because you don't get bored. Thanks for commenting.
Jodi Ralston says
I am the same way, never go to bed at night without a book!
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I think I would too, although sometimes it's fun to read what someone else recommends. One day I'm going to join a book club! Time is the problem as with everything. Thanks for your answer
Catherine Tally says
I understand totally. Sometimes all I want to read is thrillers, just something mindless that keeps my attention. I love having a great novel that I can't stop reading. Haven't had one like that for a long time! Thanks for answering.
You've made me remember audio books! I'm going to pick up a couple from the library today. Perfect for the drive back and forth to our place in Kentwood. What a pleasant way to drive to and from work! Thanks for answering.
You can find most titles online for download from 3rd party sites or your local libraries' website . Ask your librarian about it, i am very glad i did!
I enny you the book club. I so want to join one, but can't give up my lucid dreaming group which meets twice a month and no time for more. I think that's a smart idea, alternating who choses the books. Thanks for answering. marsei
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Oh, wow. You've certainly got me beat! That's wonderful that you read that many books a year. I find nonfiction difficult but try to read some once in a while. Thanks for answering and keep up the incredible 52 books a year!
Well, I'm impressed. I can barely handle two. One or two a month is marvelous. And I agree that sometmes I'd prefer something different than the book I'm reading, but my mind is not ready for four! Thanks for answering my question.
Three in a month is wonderful. I do the same reread favorites, like The Paris Wife. I keep going back to favorite parts. So glad so many share my passion for reading. Thank you for answering.
bhargvi sharma says
I understand, and they're both equally meaningful in their own way. Potter is always riveting for me also. Thank you for your answer.
My husband is rereading all his John Clancy books that he read five or six years ago. They bore me to tears, but he says they're better that second time around. Good luck with your plan.
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