Well, as the title says, I very recently fell in love in reading... I have never read a book from cover to cover in my life. Now I am 25 and I just fell in love with reading...
Currently reading "The Prophecy" by Chris Kuzneski, I am almost 3rd way through and this would be my first ever book to read from cover to cover.
I do have a question though... Where do you guys read? In bed? sofa? chair? any special type of chair you find comfortable to be in? do you have some sort of reading sanctuary? or do you just your local libraries/cafes...etc
I want to be able to sit somewhere and just dive into the wonderful world of imagination which is triggered by books... any ideas?
I have to move about because my arms get tired. It actually depends on how far I am into the book, simply because if you're not very far (or too far) then you can't fold the book over. And I hate reading hardbacks - for me to be comfortable, that requires sitting up.
I usually read in bed although in halls of residence I'm finding it increasingly difficult to get lost in a book because there's so much noise all the time. Anyway, I tend to start sat up, and then I roll onto my right arm, and then onto my back, and then back to sitting up again, depending on how tired I get. When I move into my own flat next year I'm going to get a really comfy sofa just to read on
Literally anywhere. Usually I read in bed but I try to read as much as possible (especially when I am particularly engrossed in a book) and will read anywhere from a park bench to on a bus.
I have a kindle though, which makes it easier to just whip a book out anywhere.
My arms die a bit in bed though