What’s the most books you’ve ever tried to read at the same time? Mine is 4.What’s the most books you’ve ever tried to read at the same time? Mine is 4. Christian #questionnaire
I only read 1 at a time
I had close to 20 or so going at one time when i was in highschool
Me too, I would read a couple chapters of each book. When one was close to being finished I read it til it was done. I wanted to read the whole library when I was in junior high
@Roxie yes me too. I would read til i got tired of one book and go to the next
It was alot of fun actually
18 at one time . Certain days for certain books . Got to love summer .
I can 10 to 15
Not counting textbooks, 6 I think
Well I was on 7 this morning and just started another ??♀️??♀️
4 for me
6 I think
I usually read only 1 at a time but I’m attempting 2 right now.
Mine is about 6
I’ve done 6 before
I used to do 4. No more. 2 at most now. Only due to finding and sticking to better.
When I was in college and taking several English courses, I easily read 4 or 5 books at the same time and managed to get through them. It wasn’t the ideal way to read because often I was just trying to finish them on deadline and didn’t absorb them fully. I’ve been a one-book-at-a-time reader since then.
I’m reading several.
I usually have about 3 going. One ebook and two paperbricks.
Currently ten ?♀️?
7 give or take
I dont even try I get them mixed up
Yeah prob 4, but just cuz my disorganized ass kept losing the book i was reading first
I’m currently reading four. That’s the most I’ve ever done.
When in graduate school I had to read as much as five books at once and we’re talking thick Victorian Dickensian length books. I had plenty of paper cuts to show for it
7 or 8
Is it effective to do so?? I ve done withe 3 books, references for school, i had to, .. but didnt seem much of a success to me
I’ve never understood why someone would want to read more than one book at a time (if not for school or research, obviously), as it seems distracting. Why not just finish the one you’re reading and move on? I really don’t get the appeal. Unless people are speed reading and not truly digesting the information and enjoying the natural pacing implicit in the writing.
Me too 4
Prefer to read one fiction at a time. I can read several other non fictions at the same time as the fiction
I’m currently reading 4, have 2 on back burner while one isn’t griping me and I started another 1 yesterday! X
I’m currently reading this book
3. One physical book, one ebook, one audiobook.
20ish. I read multiple books all the time and keep a reading journal. Each month I list my current reads and finish dates. I also write down my thoughts about books and whether or not my kids will enjoy them (I homeschool).
6. In fact I am doing that at the moment.
I really couldn’t tell ya. It seems like every time I pass the bookshelf, I grab another book.
Lots? Certainly more than 10. If I leave a book unfinished too long I might have to go back a chapter to get back into it, but I almost never DNF a book so I have quite a few sometimes that I have started and that just limp along a few pages at a time till I am in the right mood to finish them.
I get them confused if I read more than one at a time… but I usually only read in the evenings and usually get through a book in about 2-3 days…
7 books at a time once?
3. Mostly i can handle 3 at the same time. Never tried 4 though. 🙂