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Manic Monday Linky Party

So you may have noticed I wasn’t here last week. That’s because I was reading – I averaged nearly 600 pages per day, which as you can imagine doesn’t leave much time for anything else. For some reason, when I read fiction I can’t bear to put it down. I simply MUST know what’s happening next. And it’s no good saying to myself After this chapter is over I’m going to do computer chores. I turn into Procrastination Central!

So I’m going on a fiction diet – the only fiction I’ll allow myself to buy is on audio, since I listen to that while I’m sewing. No more Kindle books for me! I need to get some real work done.

How about you? Do you have trouble doing anything else when you read a good book?

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2 thoughts on “Manic Monday Linky Party

  1. I just hopped over here from Felicity’s blog. 🙂
    I’m the same way with a good book. Last year when I read the Hunger Games trilogy, I was SO CLOSE to finishing the last book that I picked my daughter up from pre-school, fed her a quick lunch, and let her watch tv until I was done. Not the proudest mommy moment, but I think the afternoon of tv was worth it! 😉

  2. I get that way sometimes with a book. Right now I’m reading the original Dracula by Bram Stoker…at least I’ve learned how to kill a vampire properly should I come across one! Oh and just in case you need to know…a stake through the heart, don’t remove it, then cut off the head and fill the mouth with garlic! There, now you’ll be safe too!!

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