9.06.2007

BTT: Goldilocks

Okay, so the other day, a friend was commenting on my monthly reading list and asked when I found the time to read. In the ensuing discussion, she described herself as a “goldilocks” when it comes to reading–she needs to have everything juuuuuust right to be able to focus. ...

So, this is my question to you–are you a Goldilocks kind of reader?


What's the opposite of Goldilocks? Because I'm that girl.

I read everywhere. I don't have any specific conditions; I just pick up a book and start, even if it's just for twenty seconds.

8 comments:

meowminx said...

I like your answer! My youngest daughter can only sleep with classical music playing, since she was a newborn. My eldest is exactly the opposite.

Thanks for visiting!

Barbara H. said...

For me it depends on whether it is fiction or non-fiction. I get more easily distracted from the latter.

BooksPlease said...

Me too - a few second are better than none.

heather (errantdreams) said...

Agreed! Even if I can only get through a single paragraph I'll pick up my latest book during a spare moment. Heck, I've been known to pick up a book if a web page starts taking too long to load!

Stephanie said...

Me too! No Goldilocks attitude for me!! If I had to wait for the "perfect" time to read, I'd never finish a book!

Happy Thursday!

Julia said...

I think that goes for me too :)

Happy BTT!

bookinhand said...

Exactly... anywhere at anytime! Diane

Melody said...

Yeah, I agree. Every minute counts for me, hehe...except I can't read in moving vehicles, it makes me giddy!

 

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