ive taken a year off from school[between high school and college] to focus on my writing so i read a lot
every other week i got to the library cause of Book Club [and cause the return thingy for books is two weeks]
and ive used online buying once[Barns & Noble]
i got a few graphic novels and a couple of regular books
If you try hard enough you can always find time to sit down and read. Even if it is only for half an hour a day.
I am one of these people who cannot walk past a bookstore without going in and having a good look around.
I have also spent quite a lot of money on books through Amazon online.
I buy most books online(Amazon mostly, and Play.com) because there is more choice and of course it's much cheaper with free delivery. The number of times I've gone into Borders with a list of books and can't find one book. Borders is closing down near me unfortunately, always like going into browse. Fortunately a different named book shop has just opened only 2 miles away, but it's smaller than the main branch.
I always find time to read, unfortunately I can't read while travelling by car or bus because it makes me ill... so it's music for me travelling on those.
I got myself Waterstones card thing on which I still have like Ł7 to spend. Like Borders, I remember Waterstones being terrible at having books I wanted . Although I have bought all of the Chuck Palahniuk books there and those they didn't have were successfully ordered.
I miss London.
Anyway, I have more time now, but while in the UK, I read on the tube on the way to work - good 45 minutes to work and 45 minutes back of reading almost every day.
في هذا العالم ثلاثة أشخاص أفسدوا البشرية : راعي غنم , طبيب و راكب الجمال , و راكب الجمال هو أسوأ نشال و أسوأ مشعوذ بين الثلاثة
I spend a lot of time reading. I order used books off of amazon and Better World, I have a Borders across the street from my college so I go there often during breaks, and I generally have a book in my purse.
It's one of those things that I try and make time for.
Due to rampant composition courses I've turned to audiobooks recently. I listened to Joe Hills 20th Century Ghosts and A Feast for Crows. It takes longer than if you read it yourself, but there are more ways to squeeze it in.