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How many books at a time do you read?

Ideal is
>1 Non-Fiction while reading 1 Fiction
Imo

>> No.13637226

1 book 1 manga

>> No.13637251

>>13636799
Agreed that’s what I do. 1 fiction, 1 non-fiction.

>> No.13637253

>>13636799
>1 non-fiction
>1 fiction
>Self-learning a language at the same time

>> No.13637254

>>13636799
You guys don't actually keep rules for how much you can read at once, do you? That's very funny.

>> No.13637255

1 bed 1 toilet 1 commute 1 other

>> No.13637362

7 books a day. 60 mins each

>> No.13637448

>>13636799
however many I want

>> No.13637474

I read a book until it becomes a chore, then I pick it up again when I feel like i'm ready to commit to it. Maybe 4 or 5 at max.

>> No.13637515

>>13636799
I have only read a couple novels in my life, but I am writing one so I thought i’d /lit/ more.

>> No.13637591

>>13637253
This is kino.

>> No.13637596

>>13636799
>1 Non-Fiction while reading 1 Fiction
I do this

>> No.13637602

>>13637226
>1 manga
how? do you only read completed series?

>> No.13637658

>>13636799
I'm working through five presently, I'll do a burst at a time of each. I've always done at least five books at a time, is that uncommon? What are your thoughts on this approach, /lit/?
Here's my current reading list if that helps
A Game of Thrones - never read GRRM so I thought I'd give it a shot with the show being over. Entertaining so far.
Meditations, Aurelius - reread.
The Haunting, Shirley Jackson - first of her work I've read. There's a feeling of dread that's pervasive and unlike most in-your-face horror. Genuinely loveable characters add to the spooky, like reading an old English ghost story.
When we were orphans, Ishiguro - loved Never Let Me Go. This is great so far.
Blindsight, Watts - dark, creepy, hopeless, really creative scifi. Well-written and tackles some awfully complex concepts for what the premise is.

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