Regular books, e-books? Yes e-books are real books. My books are all e-books at the moment so I wasn’t being insulting.
I’m curious about people’s reading habits, so this blog is mostly questions. I would love to hear from people about their own reading habits. Do you read a book in hard-cover or paperback? Do you read it only e-books? Or do you read a combination of both?
I’m a combination person. I have a huge TBR pile of paperbacks and I have a lot of e-books on my TBR list. My problem is finding the time to read. I know how important it is but I write, edit and volunteer, plus a few other thing and carving out regular reading time is difficult. I could read before bedtime, but that's when I'm writing this blog.
How often do you read? How many books do you read in a week? In a month? I’m lucky to manage a book a month. I would love to read more. I’m working on it. Hints welcome.
What do you read - one genre only, any genre, fiction, non-fiction, literary fiction? I mostly read romantic suspense because that’s what I write, but I try to supplement that with a recommended literary book, books by people I know and best sellers. I enjoy romance and romantic comedies.
What about reviews? Do you write them? Do you read them? Are there reviews that you particularly read? Do they influence what you buy and read? Do you recommend books in your online posts?
Okay, that’s enough questions. I’ll be looking for everyone’s comments. And maybe a few hints on how to fit in a little more reading time.