The Currently Reading Book Tag

The art and science of asking questions is the source of all knowledge. – Thomas Berger

I found this on Kaleena @ Reader Voracious, and needed something easy and fun to do today because I did not have much time, so when I found this it seemed perfect.

How Many Books Do You Usually Read At Once?

Usually about five, give or take a couple. Right now it’s six.

How Do You Decide When To Switch Between Multiple Reads?

I have specific times to read each of the books that I read. Well, not exactly specific times, but there is a general order in which I read books and that is how I know when to switch. Although, there are times that I get so into a book that I won’t switch.

Do You Ever Switch Bookmarks Partway Through A Book?

If I lose my bookmark I’ll switch, but otherwise I don’t – usually.

Where Do You Keep the Book(s) You’re Currently Reading?

On my desk since that is next to my bed.

What Time Of Day Do You Read The Most?

Early morning when I wake up early enough, but usually I read the most in the evenings, right before bed.

How Long Do You Typically Read In One Session?

Usually somewhere between ten minutes and an hour. I don’t often have the time to read for longer in one sitting, but when I do I will.

Do You Read Hardbacks With the Dust Jacket Off?

No. . . Why would I do that?

What Position Do You Mainly Use To Read?

I tend to change position quite a bit, but mostly I read seated curled up.

Do You Take Your Current Read With You Everywhere You Go?

No, actually. Since my books tend to be pretty thick it is difficult to carry them around. However, I do have the Kindle app on my phone, so I do read on that sometimes too.

How often Do You Update Your Goodreads Reading Progress?

I don’t have Goodreads, so never.

That brings us to the end of this post. I hope that you enjoyed it as much as I did!

2 thoughts on “The Currently Reading Book Tag

  1. E-readers are the best for travelling (unless one enjoys carrying heavy books that they may or may not get a chance to read).

    I also don’t take dust covers off, but some people do to preserve them (an intact cover raises the value for collectors).

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