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[Discussion] How many books do you read a month

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Post time: 27-11-2018 19:24:08
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Edited by cynic at 30-11-2018 07:58 PM


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Pedro_P + 15 It is interesting, although a brief introduction, description or presentation at the beginning of the survey would have been much better. :)

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Post time: 27-11-2018 20:32:30
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Edited by Sin at 27-11-2018 08:34 PM

It is dependent on the time that I have to read books. But minimum of 2 books a month is the usual practice.
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Post time: 28-11-2018 21:27:13
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"Reading" is not limited to books, reading as an activity that provides multiple benefits, and the cognitive process on which reading is based, can encompass multiple sources.
For example, I usually and daily read 5 local newspapers (printed on paper), about 20 or more articles of international newspapers (from the Internet), some other opinion columns, I also read weekly and fortnightly printed magazines, and just one or two books per month (between print and virtual). It is also necessary to take into account the quality, not only of the reading itself (reading comprehension), but also the quality of what is read, that is, if what is read has enough quality to be incorporated into the body of knowledge that we acquired when reading.
Certainly, reading is a good thing, but reading only for reading, is not. And to base the reading on a single source (books), is a limitation that every good reader should not cultivate, but rather, give ourselves the opportunity to read multiple sources, since books are just a fraction of the wide range of sources of existing to read.
Another topic that I could even consider as preparatory is Selective Reading, which even takes me as much time as the formal reading (if the expression fits), selectively reading is also an activity that in my case I use as a filter to select only those sources of reading that I consider quality and relevant.
I could say that I do not read many books a month, however, I do read a lot.
If I add up all the minutes that I go to the day to read, I could say that I can easily exceed 2 or 3 hours a day (without considering the time I spend reading some threads of the forum, as part of my work here).
When reading it's a pleasant activity, one ends up reading almost addictively, no matter (as in my case), if one read a book, a magazine, a newspaper, a letter, a label, a note, or something more insignificant.
And finally there is the Rereading, another reading activity not so appreciated by some, and that in my case, it is also important. Rereading is in a certain way, a nostalgic look back, a rediscovering, re-tasting what we read in the past, for some it is even a reading strategy.
Well... Answering the question: "How many books do you read a month", my final answer is: I read many hours a month.
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Post time: 29-11-2018 07:44:26
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In an average 4 books, but when I do have free time number can go up to 15.
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Post time: 1-12-2018 09:28:14
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Sometimes less, sometimes more.on an average 3-4
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Post time: 1-12-2018 19:11:23
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I like reading books..I usually don't keep count..sometimes I feel like taking a break sometimes I like to start a new book immediately after finishing one..
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Post time: 6-12-2018 04:31:41
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How many books a month? Uhm that hard to say...
I gave an average of just one. You see, my reading method isn't very effective.
I usually read 5-10 books at the same time. Jumping back and forth depending on my mood. This also means reading and re-reading parts which I already forgot about when I pick up a book again.  So sometimes I finish zero, sometimes four to five books a month.
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Post time: 5 day(s) ago
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I'm a slow reader. Suffer from OCD and ADHD. It took me nearly 2 and a half months to finish Tom Clancy's "Red Storm Rising". that one was nearly 750 pages. I'm trying to currently finish Nightsoldiers by Alan Furst.
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Post time: 4 day(s) ago
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I’d say I average about a book a month.  I don’t spend as much time reading as I’d like but it’s better than nothing.  I just finished reading the Dream of Eagles series by Jack Whyte again and enjoyed it once more.
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Post time: 3 day(s) ago
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I read about 2+ books every week. But then I'm an old geek, single, don't watch TV and most important, many of them are fiction, so no need to thnk too much.
When I read "serious" books (History, Science, etc) things go a bit slower
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