BOOKING THROUGH THURSDAY – Time is of the Essence

This week’s Booking Through Thursday questions are:

1. Do you get to read as much as you WANT to read?
(I’m guessing #1 is an easy question for everyone?)

Can there ever be enough time for reading? That’s like saying you’ve got enough books, which we all know is heresy! Real life has a nasty habit of getting in the way of my reading time, though. And, I’m embarrassed to say, I’ve been so enamored with my new toy, that I take time normally reserved for reading to play. Today is the perfect day for staying home and reading – it’s cold and wet and miserable outside, and I’m making stupid mistakes at work which just tells me I should be home reading!

2. If you had (magically) more time to read–what would you read? Something educational? Classic? Comfort Reading? Escapism? Magazines?

I would get caught up on my magazines (all two subscriptions) and then delve into comfort reading which is, for me, fiction – mostly mysteries and fantasy with some historical and young adult thrown in for good measure.


What about you? Do you have enough time to indulge in your favorite past-time, reading or otherwise?

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8 Responses to “BOOKING THROUGH THURSDAY – Time is of the Essence”

  1. Smilingsal Says:

    Yep, that sounds like me.

  2. Jeane Says:

    Never enough time, and never too many books!

  3. Helen/Dudley Says:

    So many books, so little time…

  4. gautami tripathy Says:

    Whats too many books? 😀< HREF="http://readingandmorereading.blogspot.com/2008/12/booking-through-time.html" REL="nofollow">Here is my BTT post<>

  5. noble pig Says:

    I love to read magazines, I can’t get enough…I love them!

  6. Sarah M. Says:

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  7. ewe are here Says:

    hahahahahasorry… it’s the thought of trying to find some time to read a book right now… holiday chaos!

  8. sheoflittlebrain Says:

    Well, I am lucky to be old and retired! I read and read..right now John Sandford’s Heat Lightning, and for those irksome times when I have to do household chores, I’m listening to “The Bookman’s Promise by John Dunning.I’m so glad your job is secure and that you got your bonus:)

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