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    Roughly how many hours a day do you spend reading (Fiction/Non Fiction BOOKS) ? Do you read nearly everyday?
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    i was part of a bookworm club in year 5, drank fruit tea and all that fancy ****, won a competition for a review and the author gave me a signed copy of her book :woo:
    after that i stopped reading cos i kept falling asleep, im a visual learner, and words wasnt visual enough, cos i prefer films. in year 10/11 i started reading again only cos i needed to know what the hell happened in OMAM and AIC :rofl: literature put me off reading even more.

    then i fell into a phase of collecting books even though i dont read cos im just into that kind of aesthetic prestige ****. this summer im actually reading a book and submerged myself into it and actually using my brain to imagine each and every word, though my intention is to read it cos my friend asked me to. im planning on reading after this book but dont think i'd have the time when entering sixth form.

    this post is so long oops
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    (Original post by ihatePE)
    i was part of a bookworm club in year 5, drank fruit tea and all that fancy ****, won a competition for a review and the author gave me a signed copy of her book :woo:
    after that i stopped reading cos i kept falling asleep, im a visual learner, and words wasnt visual enough, cos i prefer films. in year 10/11 i started reading again only cos i needed to know what the hell happened in OMAM and AIC :rofl: literature put me off reading even more.

    then i fell into a phase of collecting books even though i dont read cos im just into that kind of aesthetic prestige ****. this summer im actually reading a book and submerged myself into it and actually using my brain to imagine each and every word, though my intention is to read it cos my friend asked me to. im planning on reading after this book but dont think i'd have the time when entering sixth form.

    this post is so long oops
    You should try listening to Audiobooks from audible its great because you can go for a walk listening to a book
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    Reading is really fun once you find an appropriate genre for yourself. I really enjoy reading classics from the 19th and 20th century although I do read some books from the 21st century (these books usually have historical/political context which I enjoy.)
    I spend about half an hour to an hour a day although it isn't uncommon to see me several hours later still reading (i sometimes become so immersed lol ).
    I try to read everyday but I do read at least 3 times a week.
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    I've spent a lot more time reading recently, usually about two hours a day.
 
 
 
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