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Do you bring the book(s) you’re reading with you when you go out? How?
Physically, or in an e-reader of some kind? Have your habits in this
regard changed? (I know I carried books with me more when I was in
school than I do now–I can’t read while I’m driving to work, after

Don’t forget to leave a link to your actual response (so people don’t have to go searching for it) in the comments—or if you prefer, leave your answers in the comments themselves!

43 responses

  1. Almost all the time. A habit fostered in childhood…

  2. ‘morning, All! It’s been awhile…here’s my post:

    In short, yes, I pretty much always have *a* book I’m reading handily accessible–physical or digital, though I’ve largely gone digital this year, as it’s much more convenient to have my “current read” in my phone which I have on me pretty much all the time anyway.

    (I’m the sort that will–despite the digital purchase–still keep an eye out for at least a used version to acquire a physical copy for the shelf).

  3. Hello! Here’s my answer Thanks and happy reading everyone!

  4. Yep, got to have a book at all times! My answer is here

  5. Michelle McCartney

    I do bring my book along even if I know I won’t have time to read it…………it’s like a carrying a ‘blankie’ kind of thing……………soothing and you never know when the opportunity to read might just pop up, even on the school run.

  6. Of course, I take a book with me. Let me count the ways I imagine needing to have a book with me.

  7. I bring a book even to the doctor’s visit!
    My full answer is posted on my blog.

  8. I commute via mass transit, therefore, am never without a book:

  9. Ooh, this question could make me look really geeky! Here’s mine: Booking Through Thursday

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