You might be reading a book right now, but that’s not what we’re asking about here. We want to know when you last finished reading a book. Was it this week? Last week? Last month? Last year?
We’re big readers here at RVtravel.com (really, our whole staff!), so we always enjoy talking about books and reading. If you just finished a book that you like and would recommend, please tell us about it in the comments. We’ll be excited to look through them. Thanks!
Oh, and after you vote you’ll see a link to a book we enjoyed reading. You’ll enjoy it too. In fact, we think all RVers will!
bilateral vision loss and in the process of surgical miracles…have not been able to read in the past 5-6 months and miss it.
Good luck with your vision, Scott. I hope the surgery works so you can easily read again. Take care. 😀 –Diane at RVtravel.com
I quit reading YEARS and YEARS ago when my eyesight got tough to deal with. Reading became just too hard for things like novels. I do read most (not all) of my RVTravel.com newsletters but they are just about the longest thing I can comfortably read!
I don’t recall getting to the last page of a book (novel type). I do however finish reading it when I find that I do not recall what was on the last 10 pages I had turned. I will read the parts I want if it is a technical or history type book. I do read the many interest magazines I subscribe to – even articles I am not really interested in. After words, I wonder why I kept reading. My head must be full of stuff I am not even aware of. I like pictures. One glance has gained me 1,000 words.
Funny you should ask. I just finished reading a book last night that was written by my wife. Our kids subscribed us to Storyworth, we finished our year’s worth of stories, and we just received our printed copies last week.
Book? Whats a book?
I’m a readers digest guy
Other than technical service updates, books are not in my to do/ read agenda.
I finished a book last night and that finished a 10 book series. My goal this year is 30 books.
Hubby and I are both avid readers. I average 3 books a week, almost all on my Kindle but I check out library books occasionally.
I like physical books, not electronic. I especially like Clive Cusler books. Down side is it takes me weeks to read a book …. I fall asleep within minutes.
Yep; & that is a good thing!!
The Joy’s of Reading. Peace of Mind & Falling Asleep!!
I like actual books. Can share them with people. I read enough electronically for news, research, etc.
What is this “book” you speak of?
The book I just finished is, “A Woman of No Importance,” and it was a real page-turner. Presently I am rereading “Travels With Charley.” I read it decades ago and enjoyed it then. I am curious how much I’ll enjoy it now that I am much older and travel. So far I am struck by how differently John Steinbeck could travel in his camper than I do (and can?).
Back in the day he didn’t need reservations
“A Woman of No Importance” is a great book! I just read it a few weeks ago. It got me started on a few other books on the same subject: “The Rose Code,” “The Alice Network,” and I’m currently reading “Diamond Eye.” A lot of fascinating stories!
Kindle is the best thing since sliced bread. Black background and white type let’s me read in bed without too much light for the wife. Unfamiliar word? Dictionary one touch away. Font too small? Make it bigger.
All the reasons I love it.
Yep, Kindle and IBook, love em.
I love Kindle. I check out ebooks from the library; I have quite a few on my waitlist. I can read almost all of them through my Kindle app. It’s so nice to have so many books at my fingertips.
Dan Brown “Angels and Demons” second read. Just don’t do enough reading anymore more craft doing and repairs or modifications.
Just finished one on Kindle last night and will start another today.
I don’t read many, but enjoy reading a great book. Andy Rooney, “My War” was the last one and I could not put this book down. If you are a fan of Andy, you will find this book very interesting and a great account of when he was a reporter during WWII.
I read fairly rapidly, but no longer thousands of words per minute ( although I’ve been told twice by websites that I’m a bot and been thrown off) I took 3 days to read Maiden Voyage by Tania Aebi – slower than normal but I was trying very hard to “adult” and get a lot done around the house. Prefer non fiction over fiction.
Saturday, expect to finish current book today and start another tomorrow. Read at least 1 book a week, usually 2 or 3
As part of a book club we always have plenty of interesting books. Someone Else’s Life will have you looking over your shoulder!
Handicapped by print size. Large Print only. Normal print size is very tough.
Get a Kindle and adjust the print size to your needs.
Or get a local library card for use with Libby and go to audio books. Free from a library that supports this online app. I have same issue with print size and usually listen to 2-3 books per week.
That’s why I switched to Kindle. I make the type size comfortable for me.