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Yes, if we include the Bible as one of those books, as currently wading through A Puritan Theologyoctrine for lifeHow many of you are reading more than one book at a time? Or if you have done it in the past - does it work for you? Can you keep track of the line of thought in both? Any advice?
I'm with you on that one. And yes, the audiobooks help.I have three young children, I work 48-55 hours a week,
I find it terribly hard to finish books. I tend to get half way through the book and feel like I’m running a marathon with weights on.
With that said, I really hope to break that terrible habit. I try to just read one book at a time but maybe I should try reading a few at a time. Maybe that will help me to finish books without feeling like I’m running in mud.
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Well that's one quote to remember! (I wonder if it applies to audiobooks?)Little learning and much pride comes from hasty reading.
Very true! I constantly delve back into my old books for days on end. I always took that as a sign that I need new books...Speaking of excellent or even good books, those are the ones I commit to finishing and re-reading.
My friends and family always laugh at me because in my purse/backpack I am always carrying about 2-3 books that I am currently reading.