I'm 26 and didn't read much in my teens, and not at all as a child. Didn't have the concentration for it. Been reading since I was in the army (age 20) and it seems to be picking up as I get older. There was lots of time on your hands and nowhere to go, so reading was my only past time. Atleast something useful came out of that kindergarten...
I'm 22 and have been reading books ever since I was two years old. With the exception of school I usually read less books at a time (two instead of four) but I can't say I've ever went through a period of life where I didn't read a book.
I am 40, turning 41 in a month. I have loved reading since I was probably 9 or 10 when I was introduced to The Hardy Boys - I still have the whole collection on my bookshelf. There was a short time in my mid 30's I didn't read much - but now I am back to reading as much as ever.
28 here...almost 29. I've LOVED reading ever since I can remember. The only time in my life that I did not read constantly was during my years at college - my engineering major left little time left over for reading (the time free from homework was spent doing something active with friends).
I love when we are off from school - I am a teacher - because it is just pure bliss to be able to spend a day reading.
I've added myself to the ... ~~polite cough~~ 40-plus group.
VTChEwbecca – I have always enjoyed reading, but various things knocked the discipline out of me. That and a limited mental approach. Once over that, a few years ago, I have read a vast amount more – I'm much more experimental in terms of fiction and also read far more non-fiction than at any previous time.