Booking Through Thursday - monogamy

One book at a time? Or more than one? If more, are they different types/genres? Or similar?

(We’re talking recreational reading, here—books for work or school don’t really count since they’re not optional.)

Monogamy? HAH! No way. I have no discipline, no plan, almost no discernment. Whatever comes along, if it looks delectable, I will taste it.

As for what I read - No rhyme, no reason - No, that's not true, because I am apt to be reading poetry and non-fiction together, along with fiction, which can be anything from classics to children's books.

(In fact, I have just joined a read-and-knit-along for Anne of Green Gables, and I'm looking forward to it as I would look forward to curling up with ice water and peppermints... no, that's A Tree Grows in Brooklyn, which I also want to reread...)

1 comment:

Isabel said...

so much yarn, er, books, so little time...why read just one? My first daughter carries a huge book around with her and reads whenever she can (one of those busy, active lives) until it's done. nope, I can't do it. where did she learn that? and she does not call herself a "reader" but she puts away a lot of pages, let me tell you. Me, I have always had several books of all kinds going and coming and in the works. Like yarn projects. ;-)