I recently discovered Goodreads (see the cool widget on the sidebar –>). I love that it gives me a place to track what I’m reading, chat with other readers/writers about books, and best of all: the TBR list. Finally, I have a spot to keep all those titles that I would love to read.
If only I had time.
It seems that most of my reading these days is blogs, newspapers (yes, I’m an old fashioned girl that way), and Twitter, which I think requires you to have a Commander Data-like ability to simultaneously analyze multiple streams of data. Especially during #yalitchat. Oy! If you’re not a Trekkie, see here:
Finding time to read fiction is a struggle, even though I am dying to dive into middle grade reads like The Journal of Curious Letters, The Castle of Llyr, and The Evolution of Calpurnia Tate, as well as young adult tomes such as Shiver, Fallen, and Keeper (what is with the one word titles in YA?). But often the only time to read that I can squeeze between my various committments through the day is when I’m snuggled up with Mighty Mite, reading about dragons or Jack and Annie.
But I wouldn’t give that up for the world.
When do you find time to read?