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Thursday, October 28, 2010

Fall Into Reading Challenge 2010 Weekly Progress Report - October 28, 2010

I didn't realize that there were weekly questions until I visited another blog that is participating in this challenge!  Which kind of gives me a good excuse to see how far along I've come in the challenge each week!  To play "catch up" to the questions:

Question 1:  What is your biggest reading obstacle? OR, if you feel like you already read as much as you want to, what choices have you made to make that happen?

When I was working, the obstacle was that most of my weekday was taken up with work, and when I got home, I still had to help with homework, get food done, get clothes and whatnot ready for the next day, supervise bathtime, read the nightly bedtime story/devotional, try to catch up with my blog a bit, THEN find a small amount of time to read before bed!  NOW, though, since my Bebe Boy is in school during the day, and I'm not working, I get quite a bit of time to read!  Which is cool; I like it.

Question 2:   What about you? Do you read e-books?

I do, but not very much.  I don't have a reader, and I spend a lot of time in front of the computer screen, and I like to curl up on my couch with a book to read, so they get read quite a bit more slowly than other books.

Question 3:  Do you eat and/or drink while you’re reading? Or do you keep food and liquids far away from your books?

That's tricky. I often DO sip coffee or cocoa from a travel mug while reading, but since most of my books end up going out and about to others, I like to keep them looking nice (no dog-ears, no spills), so I generally won't eat while I'm reading if the food is something that will put sauce or anything on the pages.

Question 4:  What about you? Do your books have dog-eared pages or are they pristine due to your commitment to using bookmarks?

I answered this one above!  LOL!  I HATE dog-eared pages, and will use any random scrap of paper or a business card or whatever if I happen not to have a bookmark handy.  I also hate curving the spines of my paperbacks, so they are generally treated tenderly.

Week 1 Progress (well, week 1 for me)

Finished: 
 
Strangers at the Feast by Jennifer Vanderbes
Under the Dome by Stephen King
Draculas by J.A. Konrath, Blake Crouch, Jack Kilborn, F. Paul Wilson, Jeff Strand
Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil by John Berendt 

4 down .. 26 to go!

 

1 comments:

  1. I hate dog-ears too! I can't fold my pages, write in my books, or break the spines. My sister is the opposite, so I'm always nervous about lending her my books!

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