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Reading Multiple Books

I read at least 4 books at one time. I am reading one on my phone (iBooks), a paper book, an audiobook, and a book for review (paid or working with an author). With so many books it is hard to decide which one to read first.


Usually, when I am cleaning the apartment, or commuting to work, I like to throw on my audiobook while I'm busy. I feel very productive when I do this because I am doing something productive, while reading.


I listen to my audiobook through Audible, but I have heard of some new alternative options recently. I will defiantly have to check them out.


I am always reading a paper book. The difficult task is deciding the priority of my leisure reading vs. a book I am reading for a review. I try to find a good balance between the two by switching off nights that I read them.


The book on my phone always gets last priority. The only time I read this book is when I have nothing else to do on my phone. This is a very rare occasion because I have social media and mobile games to fill my time.


I have been blessed with the ability to read multiple books at once. I never confuse the plots or characters. I think it has something to do with the environments that I consume them in. When I am walking around it is my audiobook. While I am at my desk I am reading a book for review, and when I am on the couch I am reading my leisure book. Lastly, my mobile book I can read anywhere.

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