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This week: Seasonal Reading
Does the season or weather influence the types of books you read or the way you read?
Generally speaking no. I don’t really think of books as winter books or summer books or rainy day books. [The only books that I’ve really assigned to a season is Harry Potter. They will forever be associated with summer in my mind. Most of the books were released in the summer so I would re-read all the previous books over the summer and then read the new book when I got it.] I’ll read what sounds good when I want to, you know? I don’t like the idea of waiting for the right weather to read a book. [I’m sure most people don’t do that but you get my point.]
I will say that I’m a bit more influenced to read longer books in the colder months and shorter books in the warmer months. Not always but it is a bit of a pattern.
How about you? Do the seasons influence your reading in any way?