Friday, 12 February 2016

Book Blogger Hop: February 12th - 18th

Book Blogger Hop

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  This week's question is submitted by Elizabeth @ Silver's Reviews!

Are you able to read in the car?

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My Answer: 


The strange thing is - I don't drive.

When I was a kid, I would bring a book with me to read when my parents were driving. Now as an adult, if I'm a passenger in somebody's car, I don't take a book a with me.


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11 comments:

  1. If I am not driving I am often reading. It helps on long drives to distract me from getting car sick.

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  2. I probably read more when I'm driving than when I'm a passenger! When I'm driving I'm usually listening to an audio book if I'm by myself where I do read some while on long road trips but I have to be careful or I'll get carsick!

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    1. You scared me when I read the first sentence. :) I thought "she reads while driving?"

      Audios are great for while you are driving to work or long trips.

      I deleted my first comment because I saw a typo after it was published. :)

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  3. I am ok reading in the car most of the time. Sometimes I get queasy.

    Have a great reading weekend.

    Happy Hopping!!

    Elizabeth
    Silver's Reviews
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  4. How ironic that you used to take a book with you in the car when you were a kid, but don't do so now. It's just too easy to get distracted in a car, though.

    When I was a kid, I couldn't really read in my parents' car, as I had to share the back seat with my two sisters, and that was definitely distracting! Lol.

    Happy reading in other places!! And have a great weekend, too!! : )

    (P.S. I was FINALLY able to become a GFC follower!)

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  5. You must not live in LA. LOL! You are soo lucky

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  6. I never get to read in the car. I'm always the one driving.

    Theresa
    The Truth About Books
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  7. I am not sure I would ever be able to not drive. I need the car as much as I need books!

    1. To go get said books.
    2. Sometimes you really just need to escape and my car provides that!


    Happy weekend :)

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  8. Being an adult puts a bit of a damper on reading in the car when you are expected to make conversation with others. I don't mind so much as I enjoy talking to my husband and daughter. :-)

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  9. I can't read a book in the car but for some reason I can read a Kindle, Nook or iPad in the car. I am not sure why this would be true but a book makes me dizzy and sick to my stomach. Of course, I still read books in the car......I LOVE reading. I just never looked out the windows and would shut my eyes and sleep about 30 minutes before we got to our location.

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