Do you read more than one book at a time? How do you select what you will read next?
My reading seems a bit frenetic lately. I am reading Atlas Shrugged (finally), The Vigorous Mind, I am listening to The Bachelors by Muriel Spark driving to and from the office, reading Vanity Fair by William Thackeray in snipets sent by DailyLit, a free online service. And then I went to the library and checked out Richard and John: Kings at War and Cold Comfort Farm, oh, and I used my 40% Border's coupon to pickup Molly Wizenberg's A Homemade Life. What is the matter with my brain?
I want to read everything at once! But it's not as if I am going to a deserted island for one month to do nothing but read. So I don't know how to get it all in--not to mention that Atlas Shrugged is over a thousand pages, and the Richard and John book is a serious history book so not exactly a quick read.
So, tell me--how do you select your reading and when do you get it in. Is there anything you neglect in your life to read? Leave a comment if you dare bare your soul on this subject!