Readers are smarter, happier, and sexier than nonreaders. All readers know this and we certainly all agree that the statement is true. We've been called bookworms, bookaholics, and bibliophiles. And do we care? No! We love to read and we don't care who knows it. We have reading down to a science. Or is it an art form? You decide. Here are 6 ways readers are more efficient and creative.
We can read an entire newspaper while standing in a line.
We can learn fashion and style tips while stretching out poolside.
We can absorb a romance novel while soaking up the beach.
We can study for a test while giving our brain caffeine.
We can revisit a classic while sitting in the park.
We can travel to distant places before going to sleep.
Didn't I tell you readers know how to do things better? Reading makes each of these experiences that much more enjoyable. And readers--bookworms, bookaholics, and bibliophiles--know how to squeeze reading into every possible moment of our busy lives, especially while doing something else. So, where do you read? Tell us about your favorite reading location.
And here's a fun piece to read "after" you post a comment below :-)
Also, just in case you missed it, here's a related post by another Classic & Cozy author, Sandy Cody, on Reading For Pleasure.
Victoria M. Johnson knew by the time she was ten that she wanted to be a writer. She loves telling stories and she's happiest when creating new characters and new plots. Avalon Books and Montlake Romance published Victoria's fiction debut, The Doctor’s Dilemma, (A 2012 Bookseller’s Best double finalist). Her other fiction book is a collection of romance short stories titled, The Substitute Bride. She is also the writer and director of four short films and two micro documentaries. Visit Victoria's website at http://VictoriaMJohnson.com for inspiration and tips and find her Amazon author page or connect with her on Pinterest and Twitter.