Book Blogger Hop: Dec 16 – 22


The Book Blogger Hop was originally created by Crazy-For-Books and is currently being hosted by Coffee Addicted Writer. Every Friday, a new question is posted for book bloggers to answer in the coming week. The purpose of the hop is connection and community. You can discover new blogs to follow, new books to read, and you may end up with some new followers, as well!


This Week’s Question

Which time of day do you prefer to read: morning, afternoon, or evening?

Submitted by Billy @ Coffee Addicted Writer.


Squeezing this Book Blogger Hop in at the tail end, haha! But I wanted to do this one because I most definitely have a preference.

I have always been, and probably always will be, a night owl. Even though I’m pretty much permanently tired, I have a bit more energy once I get home from work and when the sun starts to go down. That’s when I want to get things done or do the things that I love. Which means I always prefer to read in the evening!

Usually, once I finish blogging for a day and having dinner with the fam, that’s time for me to dive into my hobbies. That means I pick up whatever I’m reading, curl up on the bed with whichever pet wants to hang out, and dive in. Usually. Sometimes, when I’m fixated on a new game or show, that takes over my early evening reading time. Like my current obsession with Cozy Grove… Still, even if I spent most of the night playing games or watching TV, when I’m ready to go to bed, I’ll bring a book with me and read a few chapters before I fall asleep. Sometimes with the book still open 😂 But that’s always the best time for me to read.

Of course, I love to read any time, but evenings are definitely preferred.

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