What Kind of Reader Are You?

I am a one book at a time reader. My goodreads right now would beg to differ because I have 3 books on my currently reading shelf but 2 are library books and I’m waiting to get them back. LOL

So yeah, I read one book at a time. I have in the past tried to read more than 1 book and it doesn’t work. I end up not reading either book and then it takes longer to get back into either one.

So are you a monogamist or a serial reader? Curious minds want to know.


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I'm just a girl, living in her bookish world. With two awesome sidekicks, Maximus and She-Ra.
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5 Responses to What Kind of Reader Are You?

  1. Rowena says:

    I used to be a one book at a time reader but not anymore. A lot of the times I read one book at work and one book at home, unless I’m reading a book that I am loving then I finish that book and then pick two new books to read. LOL.


  2. Rowena says:

    Oh and …YAY I can comment again!


  3. SuperWendy says:

    Usually two books at once – but different formats. Usually reading one book (either in print or in e) and listening to something else on audio.


  4. izzy says:

    i’m a one book at a time person. Otherwise I may get confused. lol.


  5. nath says:

    Monogamist reader I am. Also, we read so fast that sometimes, you don’t really have time to start something at the same time LOL. At least, that’s the case for me when I’m in a good rhythm. If I start a second book, there’s a huge change I’ll finish that second book before going back to the first book.


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