How many hours a day do you spend reading?
This is for Dallas Matier, since it's not asked enough ^_^
I probably will spend a good 3 hours reading simply for pleasure. School on the other hand, you best ask how many hours we spend not reading...well for those who take school seriously anyways.
Wow, I think 26 hours a day...LOL...I know there are only 24 hours in a day, however, reading is a huge part of my life. Between my four children, I am either reading to them or reading the same book with them. I am constantly researching information for Hubs that I am working on, or just researching information that I am curious about, as well as reading others Hubs. So I am reading more often than not...lol
More than 4 hours I think. In the daytime I read news and scan some websites. At night I read novels.
lol... alright, alright...
Maybe an hour or two a day, on average. Though, it really depends on what books I have available - and, it's usually a lot less than that if I have video games I want to play.
That's books, at least. If I'm talking about time spent poking around aimlessly on the Internet, too, then it's more than that.
Hi Mama Kim 8, I probably spend anywhere from two to four hours a day reading during a work week. On the weekends I read four to six hours a day.
It never occured me to actually make notes about how many hours per day I spend by reading. But I'm positive it will be a lot - varying between reading fanfics, various memes, or the amazing book I just got pointed to by my parents, by Ludvík Souček.
I don't really read a lot, but if I get into a book, I won't stop. Examples are Clive Barker's The Hellbound Heart, or a better example, Mister B. Gone (so good I reviewed it). I also fell in love with Stephen King's (writing as Richard Bachman) Blaze, and I'm spending more time reading Gotrek and Felix: The Anthology than anything at the moment.
It's hard to tell how many hours I spend reading. Perhaps an hour or two each night, but only if you count looking at Warhammer lore on Wikipedia as "reading" ^^
Usually, reading is my first activity of the day, and I'd say that I read about two hours on an average. I read more than that today, but I was doing specific research.
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