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Musing Mondays2

This week’s musing asks:

How far along are you in your current read before you start thinking about what you’ll read next?

I always have a few books lined up so usually I’m not far along into my current read before I know. I might have to decide between two books, but very rarely I am clueless about my next read. I’m just geeky that way. As for vacation read, I multiply that geekiness and obsessive compulsion by planning way ahead. Of course sometimes I make minor adjustments when I encounter more intriguing books at the last minute.

6 Responses

  1. see my post They Shoot Readers Don’t They for my answer to that query. It’s a never ending black hole of a list…but that is part of the love of reading I suppose.

  2. I usually know what my next read is going to be also. I love getting to the end of one book and already looking forward to the next.

  3. I think the anticipation of what to read next is half the pleasure already. The trouble is how not to be too greedy.

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