How many pages do you read per day? Or how long do you spend reading daily (on average)?
I have managed to work my way up to nearly 50 pages per day over the past year. Takes me longer than I care to admit. Some days I manage 100. I read very casually before, about a book a month so this has been a slow progression. Fifty pages per day still doesn't feel like nearly enough though
I don't understand this new positive phenomenon, but I really like it.
There's always one dude who rages at these threads, OP.
~40 pages a day will finish nearly any book in 2 weeks maximum. It is the very minimum required to actually be reading the book and not just owning it and touching the pages.
this. fuck the fucking ugh
CAN WE PLEASE DISCUSS THE STATE OF /lit/ AND BAN THE ROASTIE WHORES?
why are there so many women on this board. i'm going to go read. i bought some book on indians by a guy who writes books on indians. alexei or something or other. real one trick pony. that should be his indian name, 'one trick pony'
but the libs love his trick.
reading is good.
reading is good for you.
reading is good for the children.
the children are good for you.
back to the future: part two.
Hey, i see you have responded to my post but i am unable to view your response because my internet connection is not fast enough to view the webm you sent. Can you give me some sort of summary?
Thanks in advance.
About an hour on the bus, I'd read in the morning on the way but fuck I'm a zombie. Trying to up my attention span so I read at home, but not much luck with it.
I still power through books though.