Booking Through Thursday (#6): Summertime


 

Booking Through Thursday is a weekly meme about (mostly) books and reading hosted by Booking Through Thursday where I’ll answer whatever question is thrown at me. If you would also like to participate, find out the rules by clicking the link to the host’s blog page.

 

This Week’s Question:

Do your reading habits change in the summer?

 

My Answer:

As I grow older, I seem to have less and less time for pleasures such as reading – each day’s end becoming increasingly abrupt. Because of this inevitability, summer is the time of year I look forward to the most. I’m still kept busy working part time, but I’m on break for college and can spend that additional time with my face shoved in the pages of a book.

 

What books excite you the most? How would you rate this enthusiasm? Leave a comment below.
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4 thoughts on “Booking Through Thursday (#6): Summertime

  1. I did almost no pleasure reading for all four years of college, so I can understand that conflict! I’ve picked up the pace nicely in the years since graduation, though. There is a light at the end of the tunnel!

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  2. For me, it has ebbed and flowed. I was an English major in college, so my guilty pleasure was romance novels. I had so much heavy literature for class, that when I read for pleasure, I wanted something I didn’t have to concentrate on! After school I was working full-time and got married and had children and still worked full-time while my husband was in chiropractic school. My pleasure reading definitely dropped off during those years. It’s only been in the last 7 years or so that I finally had more time for pleasure reading and the years have still fluctuated.

    Going for your doctorate is awesome. Keep it up!

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    • Life is definitely time-consuming, that’s for sure. 🙂
      Thank you. Luckily for me, once my bachelors is completed, most of my focus will be on creative writing and fiction. Hopefully this will allow me more time for pleasure reading.

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