Over the weekend, I bounced from book blog to book blog, cheering on participants in the read-a-thon. As I went along, I was struck by how fast people were chewing up the pages.
To be honest, I thought I was a quick reader. My parents always commented on my reading habits and I can polish off a book in a day or two and still remember it a few weeks down the road. After reading some of the updates from read-a-thon participants, I began to have my doubts. Some bloggers were finishing two or three books in a 24-hour period.
During a normal week (including a weekend), I can get through two or three books.
Do people who read five and six books a week ever sleep? Are their laundry hampers spewing forth dirty clothes that threaten to overrun the house? Do they serve frozen pizza for breakfast, lunch, and dinner? How can they manage to get everything done and still have time to zip through War and Peace and five other tomes in seven days?
How many books do you read in a typical week?
Share the trade secret, friend; I want to be a reading savant too!