How many books do you read at once?
Some people can only read one book at one time.
I get that. Sometimes carrying several stories in your head can be confusing, and you want to concentrate on one thing at one time. I totally appreciate that. Some people read faster and better if they read one book at a time.
I AM readING at least 3 books at all times.
- I will read an ARC (Advanced Review Copy) on my Kindle.
- I always have a physical book on my bedside table.
- I always have an audiobook on the go loaded on my phone.
Sometimes I will read more than one physical book at a time. Especially if it’s something like a coffee table book, or a children’s book, or something I am reading out in my living room or library room rather than in my bedroom.
I will also sometimes have a physical library book which will move around the house depending on where I am reading. Most of the time, though, I borrow my library books as ebooks through the Libby app and load them on my phone. This will generally only be if I am super excited to read it, it’s in high demand, and my hold has finally come in.
And when I finish one book, I have enough in my ARC pile, my Kindle, in my library room, and on my library wishlist that I will pick another one up straight away and add it into my rotation.