Hello everyone! I hope you’re all having a good day! Today I am going to do the Currently Reading Book Tag which I saw at Boston Book Reader and I thought it’d be fun to do!


HOW MANY BOOKS DO YOU USUALLY READ AT ONCE?

I read about 3 or 4 books at once. As of now I am reading 6 books.


DO YOU EVER SWITCH BOOKMARKS WHILE YOU’RE PARTWAY THROUGH A BOOK?

I read e-books and it is rather rare that I read paperback or hardback books. But, I do own a large collection of paperback and hardback books and I have a bookmark for each of them. I generally do not lose bookmarks.


WHERE DO YOU KEEP THE BOOK(s) YOU ARE CURRENTLY READING?

I keep them on my bedside cabinet or on my desk.


WHAT TIME OF THE DAY DO YOU SPEND THE MOST TIME READING?

Hmm… that’s a difficult question. Lets see, on holidays I read in the morning and on school days I read in the afternoon. And I also read at night for half an hour to help me sleep regardless of school or no school!


HOW LONG DO YOU TYPICALLY READ IN ONE SITTING?

I read about 30 mins in one sitting. It’s just impossible to tear me apart from my book before that…(all my fellow bookworms will understand…)


DO YOU READ HARDBACKS WITH THE DUST JACKET ON OR OFF?

I read hardbacks with the dust jacket off. Otherwise it just keeps on slipping away!


WHAT POSITION DO YOU MAINLY READ?

I usually read in a sitting or half-sitting position.


 

I TAG EVERYONE WHO WANTS TO PLAY!


I hope you’ll like my answers. Let me know in the comments section if you did or if you can relate to them.


Thank you for reading! Have a great day! 🙂


 

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