15 January 2008

Where Am I?

For the first time in my life, I am reading two books at one time - Sandcastles by Luanne Rice and The Missing by Sarah Langan. So far, both books are good. The only problem is I don't know where I am.

One book takes place in Connecticut with lots of references to Ireland, while the other takes place in Maine. In reality, I'm stuck in chilly T-town. I have to admit, I'm getting a little confused.

Can/do you read two books at a time?

6 comments:

wrestling kitties said...

I can barely get through ONE book at a time let alone two! Maybe two Dr. Suess books!

good luck!

Dr. Turtle said...

The only time I've ever read more than one book at a time was when there were textbooks involved. I've never read more than one book "for pleasure" at the same time.

I think it would be weird. Truth is, I typically get so wrapped in one book that all I want to do is read that one, so it wouldn't even cross my mind to pick up a second.

Rockit J said...

Do coloring books count??

A. said...

I started reading two books because I left my first book at work Monday and wanted something to read Monday night. I had no choice. I don't think I'll do it again though.

Iris Took said...

I have never read two books at the same time unless you count being in school and you are reading a bizallion books at the same time.

Two/Dos Pretzels said...

I can only read two books at a time when they're COMPLETELY different.

For example, I'm reading a daily "self-help/devotional" style book right now, but also a fiction novel...so that's totally easy.

But I don't know how you're reading 2 separate fiction books at the same time. I'm amazed.