I am the exact opposite of opposite of a monogamous reader. I cannot reading just one book at a time. I’ve tried. I failed miserably.
Right now I am in the middle of three audio books (Grace Eventually by Anne Lamott; Mistborn by Brandon Sanderson; Brisinger by Christopher Paolini). I have three ebooks in progress right now (A Poisoned Season by Tasha Alexander; Healing from Hidden Abuse by Shannon Thomas (ARC from the author) and The 5 Love Languages by Gary Chapman.) I’m also reading a paper book (only one of those, but I’m sorely tempted to pick up another be a use I have two more waiting on my nightstand to be read next.)
I also finished a couple of titles over the weekend.
This is typical of my reading. The audio book situation is a fiasco since all three of the books came in within days of each other. Two of the titles are more than 30 hours long so I’ll be reading (and coloring) for a while on those, and likely requesting them again. I’ve been on hold for one of the audio books for what feels like eons, so I have to finish that one.
Thankfully, the transition from July to August is a humid and muggy one here in Wisconsin. I shall be tucked into my cool living room with my nose stuck in a book.
One of several choices, depending on my mood.