It’s time for another discussion post and today I’m going to be chatting about a subject I’ve wanted to talk about for a while – reading more than one books at once.
This is something I often see in the bookish community but I’ve only just started doing, and I find it really weird. I’ve always found it very important to only read one book and not to lose focus on that one story. That’s why I still only usually read one book!
I’ve been getting through the Harry Potter series recently, and for the past two months or so, I’ve been determined to not read any books that don’t include Hogwarts. As I’m sure with many people reading long series also feel, it’s hard not to be tempted by reading other books!
But it’s still not often I actually read more than one book. For a start, I knew I would be so distracted from Hogwarts if I started another book and I would never start again. I always feel this way with books and I kind of still see it as a ‘I’ll never read the first book’ if I pick up a second!
So if I do ever read two books at once, one of them is always a non-fiction so I’m not distracted from the first! Do you find this, or can you read more than one book?
May your shelves forever overflow with books! ☽