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Old 01-18-2013, 10:06 PM   #70
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Originally Posted by twowheels View Post
I honestly don't get it. 100 books per year is considered a fairly high target by many, even on these forums full of readers. 300 per year is a phenomenal rate that few accomplish, unless they're extremely short and easy books or the person has time to read all day. So.... 1000+ books means over 3 years for even the accomplished reader; basically the lifespan of most ereaders before people upgrade them! I see numbers here that translate (based on people's previously stated reading rates) to 10+ years!

I think some of you need your OCD meds to combat your hoarding.
Because I can never plan the book I'm gonna read next, unlike many here who only have a dozen at a time. Seriously, those who have a list of books already numbered for 2013 and 2014 and 2015, you have my respect

So I choose to have my library at hand.

(But I agree hoarding is a problem.)
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