Book Blogger Hop: September 20th – 26th

Book Blogger Hop is hosted at Coffee Addicted Writer

The purpose of the Hop is to learn about new books, make friends with other bloggers, follow other blogs discover new books and gain more followers for your own blog. The hop will start on a Friday and end on a Thursday and will feature a weekly prompt asking a bookish question.

This week’s question:

How long does it usually take you to finish a book?

Oooh, that depends on a few things like the length of the book and how busy my schedule is that week, whether the book is good as well as of course, whether I’m in any reading slumps 😛 A normal 300-400 page book with an average plot normally takes me around a week to finish even though I so wish it could be faster. Longer books I tend to put on the back burner and have them to read at the same time I’m reading a shorter book so as to get them finished hopefully quicker. If a book is really engaging or if I’m on holiday I can finish a book in a few days, how many days once again depends on how long the book is and how much time I have. But yeah, normally it’s a week and I find I’m not one who can rush read anything as I always seem to get confused then and end up having to go back and recap. I know a lot of other readers are more than likely a lot faster than I am but that’s just my reading speed and I’ve always felt books are meant to be enjoyed and savoured no matter how long they are or how fast one’s reading speeds are 🙂

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3 thoughts on “Book Blogger Hop: September 20th – 26th

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