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You favorite place to read?

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Krakenrises, Oct 28, 2016.

  1. Krakenrises

    Krakenrises New Member

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    Where do you read your favorite book?

    I usually sit over the roof outside the window of my bedroom when it is a good book.

    Share your spots. . .
     
  2. regdog

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    In my living room.
     
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    Anywhere outside until it gets frost degrees. Preferably near a lake or forest.

    Late evenings in the sofa or in bed.

    And on public transport, too!
     
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    Terrace rooftop at a holiday house in the Costa del Sol.
     
  6. Sepideh Bakhtshirin

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    By the garden outside and also on transport when traveling to work. Usually feels good in a different way and good way to pass time by.
     
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    Currently Reading:
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    My absolute favourite place to read is my cottage, its so peaceful and quiet there (not even road access). But at home it is pretty much wherever is comfortable at the time :)
     
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    Definitely gree with the traveling to work, I am always reading when I'm on the bus :)
     
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    I have a large fireplace in the great room. Beside this fireplace, there is an easy chair. This is my favourite reading spot.
     
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    I prefer my own library with a nice cup of tea, or scotch.
     
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    I find there are too many distractions on Earth and much prefer my holiday cottage on Mars.
     
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    I'll read anywhere, but my favorite place is on my front porch. I'm thinking about turning one corner of my bedroom into a reading nook, though.
     
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    I have a library in my home ... that is the place where you will usually find me with a :
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    One of my cats
    And a hot cup of Joe or a cold beer...
    Andy
     
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    trains. It's a perfect place to read. There is nothing elso to do while travelling by train. So I read.
     
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    Trains are a great place to read. I used to do that all the time.
     
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    In my room,away from everything and have my space and read something interesting .
     
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    a) Bed. Sometimes I fall asleep, more often I check the time and realize it's time to get up.
    Result, I'm O.K. until lunchtime, then I turn into a sleep-deprived zombie for the rest of
    the day.
    b) The bathroom. Nobody else has admitted to this. Come on, own up. Almost everybody
    does it.
    c) Train or bus, certainly, but since my commuter rides are fairly short, if the book is good
    I run the risk of overshooting my bus stop/train station. It's happened quite a few times.
    d) For some reason I can't read in the open air. In a park or garden, on a beach, I can find
    myself surrounded by readers oblivious of their surroundings, but just can't get into a book,
    however good.
    e) In my room, like cookieprincess. Every night I'm faced with a choice...do I read or listen
    to music. Unlike many people, I know, I can't, CAN'T do both at the same time. My
    rationale for this...If the book is any good, the music is a distraction. If the music is good,
    then I will listen to it, and lose track of the book. If the music is nothing special, why bother?
    Any other places, anybody?
     

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