Yay! It's Monday. I'm returning to the real world after the madness of last week. Thank you so much to everyone who made my pub. day extra-nice by being so, well, nice.
It's come to my attention that there are a good number of people out there who can and often do read books in one sitting. How do I know this? Some of them have told me they read ENTANGLED in one go. This blows my mind. A Twitter friend asked me if I took that as a huge compliment or whether I was annoyed that the book could be gobbled up like that after I've slaved over it for years. I definitely take it as a compliment, since I have never ever managed to read a book in one sitting (not counting teeny-tiny short books, of course). I get distracted too easily. There's always something else I feel I should be doing. Unless I'm reading in bed at night. Then I can read for a good two or three hours without distraction. But the idea of sitting down in a chair and reading one book from cover to cover? A.MAZ.ING.
So please tell me your secrets, oh voracious readers! How do you do it? Got any top tips for me? Snack/drink recommendations? And which books have you read in one sitting, and why?
Readers-who-are-immune-to-distraction, I salute you!