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  1. Does what you read vary by the season? For instance, Do you read different kinds of books in the summer than the winter? I read more in the summer because I’m not in school. As a result, a lot of the books I read in the summer are more longer such as classics or more intense nonfiction. For example, I read emWar and Peace last summer, and I plan to do some Dickens again this year too. I just read less in the winter because I have less time to focus on longer books. So far, most of the books I’ve read this year are shorter than some others I would read in spring/summer.
  2. If so, do you break it down by genre, length of book, or…? Just discussed length, but genre wise, not much different really. I like taking books with me on holiday as well. Even when I know I won’t be reading for most of the trip, I still take something small like Hamlet.

From Booking Through Thursday.

Just a take home exam left, and I’ll be done for this semester. Next week expect knitting, reading, and baking posts.

One thought on “Booking Through Thursday – Seasonal Reading

  1. That’s very interesting! I was the opposite when I was in school, reading lighter and faster reads during the summer breaks because I read so many classics and serious nonfiction works during the school year. I imagine though it’s just a matter of finally being able to read what YOU want to read as opposed to what someone assigns or you choose to read for a class. 🙂 Great answer!

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