How Do You Read Two Books At Once?

30 Mar

101 Books

I don’t know how you guys do it. A lot of you are able to juggle two, three, four books at a time–somehow managing to follow the story on each and not lose focus.

I already knew this fact, but this year is proving it even more: I have a hard time reading more than one book at a time. This year, 2012, is my year of “A Dance.” While I’m reading through the regular novels on the Time list, I’m also reading one book a month from A Dance To The Music Of Time–the Anthony Powell classic that was included as ONE novel on the List.

At 12 total books, that’s one book a month from “A Dance,” in addition to the other novels. So throughout 2012, I’ll always be reading two books at a time.

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