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sarahandahalf · 46-50, T
One at a time. Also, once I read a book I can never read it again
NiftyWhite · 41-45, F
[@902047,sarahandahalf] this is true for me also. why would you invest that many hours into a book you already know the story to?
sarahandahalf · 46-50, T
[@400556,NiftyWhite] I picked up a 'new' book once that I had forgotten I had read years before. I got to the second chapter before I realized how familiar it was. Once I figured it out, I had to put it down. 6 bucks down the drain.
GaiusJuliusCaesar · 41-45, M
Nooo. I'd never get anything read if I did that
Theonewhochirps · 41-45, M
Many at a time ......:)
exexec · 61-69, M
I always have two books going, usually one fiction and one nonfiction.
ProfessorPlum77 · 61-69, M
If they are nonfiction, I read several at a time.
PrincessOfQuilts · 31-35, F
I can read two at once, but one has to be non-fiction and the other is fiction. I can't read two fiction books or two non-fiction books, that would be too difficult.
poisonouscupcake · 18-21, F
monogamous, i have an awful memory as is😅
No book at no time
dirge · 100+, M
I tend to stay with one, otherwise I mix them in my head.
MrWalker · 46-50, M
Just one, also with films, I can;t watch more than one in an evening because I'm still absorbed in the one I've watched.

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