#bloganuary: I Have Some Reading To Do

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Today’s prompt, from the international sales office in Ulanbaatar, Mongolia: What book is next on your reading list?

Would it disappoint y’all to know that I don’t have a reading list? Because seriously, I don’t.

I have a bunch of books that I’ve downloaded to my Kindle app on my phone, and most of them have sat there waiting for me to get back to them. Here are just a few of them, in no particular order:

Will I get to them? Maybe.

13 thoughts on “#bloganuary: I Have Some Reading To Do

  1. I have no reading list either but there are books in my library I want to get to. I have a bad habit…magazines and, no, not Chatelaine or Vogue. I love Life, Special magazines like John Wayne. Frightening places to see and i got one for Christmas on It’s A Wonderful Life. Hey,….You know, you could write a book on what you love…music. You have many topics on this that you love.


  2. I don’t have a reading list either. I have many books I’d like to read, they’re in piles around here. But as for being organized about my reading, that’s not gonna happen. Living free, that’s me


    1. I have a whole bunch that I bought when I first got a Kindle and have practically no desire to read them. One day I might. Problem is, there’s really not a good way to get a list of all of the bboks in our Kindle library. Mary doesn’t so much read as she inhales the content. We have roughly 7000 titles, probably 95% of which are books that Mary read and forgot about. So, to find the 300 or so titles that belong to me, I have to dig through all of them.

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  3. I have a hard time reading books, as well! Mainly because of my eyesight, but also, I don’t have the patience to sit and read long stories, thus my love for poetry. Read it, enjoy it, and move on. I read only what I download to my Kindle, which the majority is poetry.


    1. I have a short attention span, so after a while the words on the page become a wall o’ words and my mind starts to wander… “What’s new on Instagram?…. Wonder if I got any new comments?… Better read the stuff on Inoreader, you know how it backs up….”

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      1. I’ve not tried Inoreader! I cruise through sites, other than WP once a day. I use Instagram only to follow others.

        Reading insurance policies for 20+ years killed my yen for reading.


    1. A while back I realized that I don’t enjoy fiction like I used to and started reading a lot of nonfiction. I’m thinking of joining Audible and listening to audiobooks. I spend 2-3 hours a day having my leg pumped, and we generally keep the room dark, making it harder to read…

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        1. I started my Audible trial yesterday, so we’ll see. I cn see where Chirp would be a whole lot less expensive. Thanks for telling me about them.


  4. Oh, my to be read pile is embarrassingly large. I have a physical book pile(s) and a pile on my kindle. Last I counted it was well in the hundreds and even though I have culled, I have also acquired, so I imagine it is still about that.


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