9 comments on “End of the Year Book Tag

  1. I also prefer to read books one at a time, which is why I think I don’t have any books left to finish either. If I read multiple at a time, one always captures my interest the most and I end up focusing on that one anyway! And reading the illustrated versions of Harry Potter at Christmas time sounds like the most beautiful tradition :’)

    • I’m totally with you on that. I love being swept up and immersed in a book, and so I’d always end up abandoning the less absorbing reads anyway. Plus, I think the satisfaction of feeling like I’ve finished a book fairly quickly motivates me to pick up the next one, haha.

      There’s definitely something perfectly cosy and nostalgic about Harry Potter, isn’t there? Like a blanket and a cup of hot chocolate in book form 🙂

  2. I feel like I am the complete opposite to the reading only one book at a time reader. I usually have about ten books that I read at the same time. Different genres, mediums some poetry or short story collections. Books are more like series to me. Sometimes it takes me weeks to get through them and sometimes I bingeread one in just a couple of hours. 😅 The bingereading is currently happening with Celeste Ng ‘s Everything I never told you. 😂

    • Sometimes I wish I could read lots at once! I like the idea of being able to choose what you’re in the mood for each time you reach for a book, but I guess I’m just too easily distracted, haha.

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