Polling: How many books do you read?


FYI, there is a great writing campaign happening in the next few weeks put together by Rachael Harrie. Here is her explanation: the Campaign is a way to link those of us in the writing community together with the aim of helping to build our online platforms. The Campaigners are all bloggers in a similar position, who genuinely want to pay it forward, make connections and friends within the writing community, and help build each others’ online platforms while at the same time building theirs. If you’re interested, check it out over here.

So if you haven’t noticed before, this week is a week of polling for me. I’m a curious kind of gal and like asking questions and as such, I thought I’d ask all of you some questions on writing, reading, and life. If you missed the first day on social networking, check it out here. If you missed the second day on writing and reading, check it out here. And don’t just check it out but take a second (or five) to vote. That would be awesome. So here’s day number three.  


9 thoughts on “Polling: How many books do you read?

  1. To my defense, my last purchase I needed a used copy of Sailing Around the Room by Billy Collins. And anyone with a toddler knows going to a bookstore and perusing just doesn't happen. So I leaned on Amazon.


  2. @Sarah, Bookstores and toddlers don't mix–at least not my toddlers as you know. Amazon is awesome. @Bridget, that's why I put average. I am a sporadic reader as well. I'll read 5-6 one month and none the next. Nice to 'meet' you btw.


  3. Yeah? That's awesome! I've loved the cover since the first time I saw it. I wish I could take credit for it, but it was designed by Deseret Book. It is so beautiful and fits the book so well. I hope your daughter likes it. :)


  4. Hi there, just checking in to introduce myself and say Hi. I'm on Rach's campaign and looking forward to seeing more on this blog. I'm a recent ebook reader, and so far I'm loving my Kindle but I was seriously surprised by the outcome of the voting – I didn't think they'd be so high!


  5. Hey, I'm in the romance group and looking forward to the campaign. I love my e-reader and e-books. I still cheat on e-books with real books, but overall I order online. My last library book was an e-book I checked out.


  6. Hey Synithia, nice to 'meet' you. I love that libraries let you check out ebooks now. What a great thing for me. I can't afford to read as many books as I want to, so I'm loving this new technology. Thanks for dropping by.


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