WHEN or WHERE do you like to read?

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Chapakazi
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Re: WHEN or WHERE do you like to read?

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At night when there is total silence and early in the morning

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I enjoy reading when am alone and on my bed face down haha, but I can read anywhere anytime if I am forced to

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I'm not sure why I started doing this but I have always enjoyed waking up early and reaching for a book from my bedside table. I suppose it could be an attempt to wake myself up by concentrating on the pages.
Either way this simple tradition has been a calming influence before I face my day. Lying back and reading a few pages before I get up makes every morning feel like Sunday morning.

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I like to read in my room, in a comfy chair. I will also read on my phone in the car if I am waiting for someone in a store or appointment.

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I wish I had an answer to this, but I read whenever I have time and I never know where I will be when I have the opportunity.

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I like to read in my room at night when I won't get easily distracted.

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I read any time I can find the time in my day or evening. I average 60 or more books per year. I read a lot at night when I cannot sleep as well. The only place I cannot read is in a moving vehicle, a train, boat, or plane. I get motion sickness.

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I've always been a night-owl, so the most comfortable time for me to read is at night when everyone else in the house is asleep. Unless I'm reading a horror story. In that case, it needs to be very bright outside.

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