Is anyone else in a little bit of denial that we’re facing down the last week of July? This month (and, let’s be honest, this year) has both dragged and flown by. How does time do that?
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I do the same! If I have several books to review, I look at page count and decide if I am realistically able to read them in a timely manner. I will most likely choose ones that are shorter. If they are “for fun” book, length doesn’t matter so much. Those I savor and linger over 🙂
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Roxanne C. says
If I know for a certainty that I won’t have much time to read over the next few days, I will choose something to read that has a lower page count… and maybe larger print as well.
I check the page count on occasion. I tend to do that more if it’s a historical book.
Natalya Lakhno says
I do the same….and then I wish I had 72 hours in a day 😉
Suzie Waltner says
Boy, isn’t that the truth! Although, I have a feeling even 72 hours still wouldn’t be enough!