You can’t read all day.

You can’t read all day.  Huh?! And why not?  Well, besides doing all the things that HAVE to be done … why not?

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Ahhhhh!    I love it!  🙂  

YOU CAN’T READ ALL DAY. If you don’t start in the morning.

You can check out my progress for 2016 HERE. It’s not as much as I would like to read and if you could see my TBR (to be read) stash you’d agree I will probably never read enough. Although I have many paper books and more on my Kindle Fire (on which I can also listen to books on Audible.com) on the go, I just can’t seem to stop buying MORE BOOKS! I picked up a few more secondhand ones yesterday. Somebody STOP ME!  … On second thought, don’t even risk trying.   🙂

On the other side of things, I haven’t felt inspired to write for quite a while — until this morning; I wrote a little story for 12×12! It’s a very rough draft and needs a lot of work, but it’s a good beginning.

Enjoy a day of reading, as much as possible as often as possible.

How is YOUR reading coming along? Or are you writing more? 

Thanks for being a reader, and … Creative Musings! 🙂

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8 responses to “You can’t read all day.

  1. My reading always slows in summers when other activities — family and community — increase. In winter, I love nothing more than a day to READ!!!!!

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  2. An entire day for reading? Perfect. I’m more likely to have those days in the summer, too. Except for freelance assignments, my creative writing has been zero for quite a while. I’m hoping to do better in the fall, with better health and more energy. I’m glad to hear that you are writing again. I’m sure your draft story will soon be followed by more now you’ve broken through the drought. Onward!

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  3. I thought I would get more reading time in once I retired but alas it hasn´t happened. But I still make sure I read at least a little every day. My TBR pile is growing as well. Congratulations on the draft!!

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  4. Okay – from now on, you must only buy one book per two books read, until you have 10-15 books left. Then one book per one book. 😉

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    • Oh.My. Hmmm I don’t know, Erik, I just don’t know! 😉 That’s sort of like when my husband brings home a new shirt and I tell him to get rid of two old ones for every new one he buys. (He has so many shirts.)
      Actually, your idea might be a good one if I can gather up all my books TBR – which is why I need more shelves – and count them. I’m afraid of how many that is, because I won’t be able to buy any more until I do some serious reading time. I think my e-reader will have to take a back seat, although right now I’m reading Uncle Tom’s Cabin on it.
      Thanks for the suggestion. I will consider it, really. 🙂

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