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Question of the Week: Do you read more than one book at a time, and, if so, how, like a certain amount of pages per book before moving on to the next one in the queue?
I didn't always used to read more than one book at a time, because I felt like I was sort of cheating on the book that I was originally reading and also, because I felt like it would distract me from the actual current book I was reading. Now, it's not really that hard, because while I'm reading one book (usually a review eGalley that I've received from either Netgalley or Edelweiss) on my Kindle, I am almost always reading a physical book off of one of my shelves.
This usually happens, because I am such a mood reader and whatever I feel like reading at any given moment, I usually tend to switch to and then I'll go through a process of switching back and forth between the books while reading. If I'm trying to catch up with review books and eGalley's, then I'll usually try and read a couple of them at a time. I usually read about 5 to 6 chapters in one, before I'll switch over to the other and read about the same amount of chapters in the other.
Sometimes if I'm really into a book, then it'll just be that particular book that I'm reading and I won't bother to pick up another and try to read it too. Like right now, I'm in the middle of devouring the Nova series by Jessica Sorensen and I'm reading Saving Quinton, the second book in the series. I'm trying hard to power through it, because I have an upcoming book tour that I'm going to be part of regarding the newest book releasing in it. So, I really need to get through them.