We’re always interested in hearing more about the habits of readers and writers. Why? It’s because we find people infinitely fascinating and well, we’re also nosey. Oh sure, it may seem like we are trying to get some good book recommendations or to find out if anyone shares our pick for favorite poem. This is just a cover for our neverending curiosity about you. We often ask “What are you reading?” or “What are you not reading?” and even, “What are you writing?” — we’re not afraid to admit it — we like to pry. And so that brings me to the question: Where are you reading? Are you the type to carry a book everywhere you go? Or do you stash it exclusively in your desk at work or on the nightstand? Do you find you must have a book to read on the bus, train or plane? Do you read each night in bed before you fall asleep or do you have a favorite reading chair? (And while I’m sure the toilet is a popular reading spot for many, I think that’s probably beyond the scope of even my curiosity. But thanks anyway.)
I recently learned that May is Get Caught Reading month. To give us a head start, tell us where we could catch you reading, what your literary routine is and of course, what you’re reading.