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Follow Friday #23

Follow Friday is hosted by Parajunkee from Parajunkee's View.



How many books do you read in a week? And in what format do you read them, or listen to them?

My answer: Usually around 2 books a week during school time, but in the holidays I can read a book a day. Most of the books I read are print books, because I don't have a case for my Kindle so I can't take it to school everyday, but I do read Kindle books at the weekend sometimes :) I've never actually listened to an audio book before, I don't know why, I guess it's just that I would much rather read it myself, and imagine characters voices myself... :) 

What about you? Leave a link to your FF in the comments :) 

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  1. It really depends on what's going on, but right now I've been reading about two to three books a week. I almost always have a analog and a digital book going.

    Have a great weekend!
    Amber
    The Musings of ALMYBNENR

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  2. I wish I could read two books a week during school. I always feel so stressed that my reading suffers a great deal while I'm in school. Good for you for being to keep it up!

    My FF

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  3. You should try an audiobook sometime, you may find that you like it.

    Happy Friday!
    I'm following you now.

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  4. Hey

    Hopping by from FF.

    Here is my FF http://amysadumbrations.blogspot.com/

    Really want a kindle.

    Amy@adumbrations

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  5. Also i love every book on your header, liking it.

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  6. I can read around 4 a week, but only because I'm currently unemployed. The only benefit to being unemployed is that I get to work on my TBR pile. Of course there's no income for more books, so I have to dip into my savings account quite a bit!

    Here's my Friday Hops

    Have a GREAT weekend!

    Old Follower
    Jessica@a GREAT read

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  7. I can only read 1 a week, for the most part, if I am in school. I think it is interesting that you can only read your kindle on the weekends.

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  8. Hi stopping by to say hi! I'm an old follower.

    http://www.magicalurbanfantasyreads.com/

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