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Old 02-08-2009, 08:37 PM   #22
bbusybookworm
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I usually have between 2 to 8 books going on at the same time.

The higher number is usually when I'm going through a large number of Non Fiction Books, and depending on the material I like to either pace it out due to intrest or due to the density of the material.

I'll often just read a chapter or two a week, for especially dense books as I like to think through then, and I try to read tem at a time when I can concentrate, so not lunchtime reading.

I'm also usually rereading a couple of old favourites at any given time, as when I'm rushed or tired I often prefer the comfort of an old book, as I can just enjoy the writing without having to worry about understanding or keeping track.
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