Seasonal Reading Habits

"Autumn is starting (here in the US, anyway), and kids are heading back to school–does the changing season change your reading habits? Less time? More? Are you just in the mood for different kinds of books than you were over the summer?"-BTT

It is harder to force yourself to stay at home, indoors during the summer.  You have the kids wanting to go to the pool, or go to the park, and the yard needs mowing along with hundreds of other chores.  When Autumn rolls in and the weather starts cooling down, all of these other activities are put on hold until the next year.  The chill in the air makes snuggling up in your favorite chair with a blanket and a book one of life's true pleasures.  The only problem is getting so comfortable that you end up falling asleep. 

My choice of reading material is as ecclectic as ever.  There is no real change with the seasons for me, at least not at a concious level.  I have a shelf full of books to read.  I try and pick the one that has been there the longest to read.  This shelf gets put on hold with things I read for book club and things that I run into at the library. 

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