Are YOU A “Book Polygamist”? | Discussion Thursday

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 A polygamist. Do you know what that is? If not, I suggest you look it up. Just kidding, here I’ll tell you what a polygamist is: someone who is married to two or more people at the same time. Pretty horrible, huh? If I asked you right now if you’d ever become a polygamist what would you say? “NO WAY!”? 
But guess what? You might very well be a polygamist… A BOOK polygamist. Do YOU juggle multiple books at one time, sharing your attention to a multiple set of books at a given time? Is being a book polygamist a good thing? Or is it just as outrageous as a typical polygamist? Let’s discuss, you know you want to. . . 

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First off, let me point out that there is no such label as a book polygamist. But for the sake of a catchy title and a shorter name for those who “juggle reading multiple books at once”, I am giving it that title. 

I don’t see the point in marrying more than one person at a give time. It’s quite counter-productive, having to divide your attention and love between two or more people. The same goes for books. To all you existing book polygamists out there, how do you manage to get the most out of one book when you’re reading two, or thee or four others at the same time? 

Now, I must confess, after many years of reading one book at one time, I’ve had a taste of book polygamy. Currently, I started reading two books at once. And it’s got it’s pros, I’ll admit. But for every pro, there is an equal and opposite con (at least, in my opinion). I see the pros: you can make progress on more than one book in the span of time that it would take you to get through one book, meaning you’re reading more books in one go – killing two birds with one stone, I suppose. But here’s the con that I simply cannot forget: can you ever really fully appreciate the books when you’re reading them at the same time? 

I mean, yes, it’s awesome that reading multiple books at once means you can complete more within a year or however long you plan to read a certain amount of books – for Goodreads challenges, book polygamy is very tempting – BUT doesn’t switching that attention back and forth between different books exhausting for your brain? Especially when they are not just different stories, but different genres. Holy macaroni, I don’t think my mind can fully adjust when switching between books. 

Can you truly fully accept the beauty of each book you’re reading while you’re switching back and forth, rather than concentrating your heart and mind solely to the one story? I’m a reader that gets really emotionally attached to a story once it hooks me. So this idea of switching between stories is an uneasy deal for me. I mean, I can hardly concentrate doing homework and listening to music at the same time! What almost always ends up happening is me ignoring my homework and starting a full blown music concert in my room. (How embarrassing, especially when your parents walk in). 

All that work required in dividing the love you have for each novel you’re in the process of reading must get exhausting. However, there are good things that come from reading multiple books at once and I will not neglect the good things. You can get through much more progress in your reading goals by reading a couple books at one time, and when it comes to completing a certain goal, this is very beneficial. If you’re well skilled in the art of book polygamy, requesting arcs will not be much of a problem because you can get many of them done and dusted quickly. This is the reason why I have recently started reading multiple books at once – but of course, I’m an amateur so I’m not going a very good job at juggling two books at once. (Don’t judge me book polygamists!)

The real question here is: Is reading multiple books at one time beneficial, or is it doing more harm than good? When you’ve got the art of it perfected, I’m sure it’s awesome and you’ll see yourself flying through many books in the span of a week. I know that Analee @ Book Snacks is a skilled book polygamist! But my question here is, for both book polygamists and non-book polygamists reading this post is, does it take away the overall greatness of the books individually? Is it simply a matter of practice of getting used to the act of switching between books, getting the hang of it? I’m not sure. But I see the benefits of it and I’m definitely going to test the theory of it myself this month, and the month after that!


Well, bookworms I hope you enjoyed this week’s Discussion Thursday! This discussion came as a total lightbulb moment for me this morning, thank goodness. And I really enjoyed writing it. But now, I need your participation . . . 

Are YOU a book polygamist?

If so, what do you think of it and what are some of the strategies you use when reading multiple books at one time?

As for those who are not book polygamists, what do you think of this idea? Do you think it’s better or worse? Do you think you will ever try it? 

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    • Oh darn did it again! Typing on the phone…trying to fix a typo and instead hit send 😂 oh well back to what I was saying. For me to stay on one book I must be hooked and invested otherwise my attention will stray to prettier shinier titles. Being an polygamist helps in when one of the title is particularly difficult to get through – you don’t wanna dnf the book but you’re having a tough time sticking to it; so reading another piece helps balance that out. For me at least. Also it helps with reading more books and not getting completely stuck on one. 😁

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      • Oh, I totally get the frustrations of commenting through the phone! Most of my commenting, replying back to comments and such is done on my phone and I get so many typos it frustrates me!

        But yes, that’s be case with me sometimes as well, especially with book ARCS! Sometimes they’re just not that appealing and I find my eyes sneakily taking glances at my lovely new, hyped books!

        Thank you for stopping by! 🙂

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  1. I usually prefer to read one book at a time, but sometimes I had to read books for work when I already started reading something entirely different during my free time. If that happens, I don’t really have a strategy, but just read one book while being at work and the other one while commuting or so. Mostly they are very different genres, so no confusion about the plot or anything like that.
    Also, I have to admit that I sometimes start reading books, but then for some reason I’m not in the right mood for them and put them aside. When I pick them up again, and that’s mostly after having read a couple of other books in the meantime, I just continue where I left off and don’t start anew. But I don’t feel like that’s two-timing the books.

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    • Thank you for your comment! I know many people who read two separate books, one for commuting and one at home. It’s interesting!
      I see! I couldn’t do that to a book. If I stop reading it to read others, the next time I come back to it I will need to start or again.
      Thank you for your feedback! 😄

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  3. I don’t think book polygamists read any more quickly than book “monogamists” to go with your theme here. I mean, it takes longer to read the individual books because you’re switching between them. Chances are good that in the time space you finish one book otherwise, you’d finish the equivalent of one book while reading multiple. In fact, the switching might cause someone to take longer to finish that equivalent, if time is truly needed to switch from one to the next (though I find I don’t have this issue).

    Personally, I read multiple books at once to get a little bit of variety, especially if I’m not loving one thing, or it’s too heavy or dark (or even too bright and cheery), and I need something in the other direction. I imagine interpersonal polyamoury goes much the same way; though it’s not something I personally would practice, I don’t see anything wrong with it the way I don’t see anything wrong with reading multiple books at once (and I do differentiate between polyamoury and polygamy). Some people have a lot of love to give. When it comes to books, if I get as thoroughly invested in one particularly book as you describe, I tend to binge-read until I’ve finished the novel, so it “book polygamy” doesn’t play a relevant role because I don’t put it down in the first place. Otherwise, I’m likely to read anywhere between 4 and 8 or 9 books at a time, though I rarely actively read them because of how quickly I read.

    I’m down to three right now, I think, and it’s the lowest I’ve been in quite some time.

    I’m sorry this comment got a bit long but I had a lot of thoughts.

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    • No no, thank you! I personally love seeing long comments. It means my post really got your brain thinking!
      I see, so book polygamists don’t necessarily read faster. That makes sense. I suppose sometimes it just seems like they’ve read so many books, you know?
      Ive never been one to feel the need to switch between reading books. The though never comes to mind. I’m painfully loyal to one story once its begun.
      Thank you for your comment! ❤ xoxo

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  4. LOLLLLLLL. You actually went with this title!

    While I’d love to be a monogamist reader, reading two consecutively is something that is just easier when one can be taken on commute and then the other remains on my night table. But twos the maximum. I don’t know how people read multiple (like, 4+) at a time. I feel like there’d be a real disconnect each time you pick one up then drop it for another.

    I’m not sure if I see the “reading multiple books” = reading “more” if it’s broken down by page number. It’s the same in theory that’s only quickened by the writing/pacing. Otherwise, the outcome [should be] still the same, no?

    Cheers,
    Joey via. thoughts and afterthoughts

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    • Its a good title! 😂
      I see. Yes I’m currently trying to read two at a time. Its kind of not working… I want it to work though.
      Exactly! I don’t think our brains can fully focus and appreciate each book if you’ve got 4 you’re reading in the same time period.
      I see! That makes total sense. Its all dependent on the reader’s ability to read fast or slow and if the writing makes it fast paced. I’ve experienced that with Shatter Me. That book was so fast!
      Thank you for your comment Joey, and cheers for the title! 😄

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  5. I think I laughed too hard when I read “I don’t see the point in marrying more than one person at a give time.” I don’t know why but I thought it was hilarious. I agree with that statement though haha. This is such a great discussion! I am usually a book monogamist for the reasons you said. I like giving sole attention to one book for the details and all. However, when I’m on a time crunch (especially with ARCs) I start to practice polygamy haha. Having a book blog has also kind of forced me to become a book polygamist. I like posting up reviews constantly and so I really have to be on point with my reading schedule haha
    I only read more than one book if they’re either both contemporaries or one is contemporary and one is fantasy/dystopian. I can’t focus on two different worlds if I read both fantasy, I’d start mixing up details in the world building. At least with contemporaries, they don’t have intricate world building.

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    • Oh gosh, I’m glad I made you laugh! I’ve never thought of myself as a funny person. 😉
      Yep, book monogamy is the art that I know best! Book polygamy is so strange and since I’m currently experimenting with it, its so weird to get the hang of it!
      I’m glad you enjoyed the discussion. Book polygamy definitely comes into play when all those ARCs start staring you in the face. That’s happening to me at the moment but I have yet to start any of my arcs… Soon. Soon.
      That’s a good idea, picking two books of opposite/differing genres. I think I’m having a hard time reading The Assassins Blade and The Wrath and the Dawn hand in hand 😅. Maybe I’ll pick up that contemporary ARC I have waiting for me.
      It must get hard when you mix up the worlds! That’s what I’m afraid of with book polygamy.

      Thank you for your comment! I’m glad to have heard tour thoughts.
      ❤ xoxo

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  6. I wasn’t a book polygamist when I first started reading, but I definitely grew into one as I got older. I think it was partly due to how long I was in school. 22 years. I juggled so many books for so long it became engrained in me. Now I can’t help it. One reason is, it is a rare book that hooks my attention the whole way through without an eye-roll or snort or other frustration. So while I read well over 100 books per year (and I never set reading goals), I’m still quite picky about which books capture my attention. When that happens, I’ll read it straight through without interruptions.
    Also, some books I can only read at certain times of the day. I know what type of books will keep me up all night reading, and which are easy enough that I can read before bed and not be engrossed until 4 a.m. So I set one down and pick up another.
    Other than that, I don’t know why I do it. But I’ve never had a problem keeping story lines straight, and I’m so enamored of books, I don’t feel I’ve lost any depth of feeling or love for the books that truly inspire me.
    I’m also a speed reader (which I can’t help). I’ve tried reading slower, but when I get reading, I just have to find out what happens next. Which is why I re-read books, to continue to fall in love with them. To me, reading a book isn’t a one-time deal unless I didn’t like it. To me, reading is a relationship between the reader and the book, itself. So I keep coming back to the ones that really mattered.
    Does that make any sense? 🙂

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    • Well! There’s another way to become a book polygamist!
      That’s a really curious thought! You have books that you can read at certain times of the day?!
      I’ve always been the kind of person to focus my attention on one thing at a time I suppose.
      So would you say that even though you read and shift between different books, that it detracts some of the enjoyment or overall love you have for each book? Or does it not make any difference?
      I love re-reading books! Glad to know someone else who likes to re read! That totally makes sense and I totally agree with that.
      Thank you for telling me your thoughts! xoxo

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      • I don’t think it detracts from the enjoyment at all. The books I love, I love them all for different reasons. To me, it’s like loving all your kids. You split time between all of them, doing different things, but loving them all with the same depth and intensity. It’s the same when I read multiple books.

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  7. I feel like this post is chastising me! HAHA
    I can read 2-3 books at the same time. I’m a mood reader and I’m constantly in the mood for different characters/environments/plotlines. If that makes me a bad bookworm then I don’t know what to say! 😛

    Maybe one day you will perfect the art of book polygamy and come join the dark side. We have more books! ;D

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    • Haha! Oh no I dont mean to chastise, to be honest I admire you!!
      I see, mood reading must play a part in the fact that you’re a book polygamist.
      I’m definitely trying it out at the moment. As of now I’m toeing the line 😉 I have yet to figure out if I’ll be joining you there on the… dark side! 😄
      Thank you for your comment and your thoughts!

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  8. Great topic!! I’m a little bit of a book polygamist, in that a lot of time I’ve started several books, but then once I get into one of them – I focus solely on that one book until I finish it. Sometimes it’s hard for me to keep stories and characters straight if I bounce around too much. I’ve recently started 3 books, but I’m further along in one of them, so that’s the one I’m focusing on right now. I’m such a moody reader, and that’s why I tend to get into several books at once, until I find the one that really grabs my attention.

    I used to listen to books on CD on my long commute to work, before I moved closer. And then I’d be reading something different at home. It’s easier to keep books separate when one’s an audio version.

    I have never been able to understand how people can listen to music while they read. I get WAY too distracted. I have a hard time with the tv even being on in the background! I just can’t focus on my book with other noise. 😉

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    • It does seem that despite reading several books at once we tend to focus on one more than another at times.
      Mood reading seems to have a very big factor in whether someone is a book polygamist or a monogamist.
      That’s true, having your books in different formats must mame make it much easier!
      Oh I can never listen to music while I read. No way! XD
      Thank you for stopping by and telling me your thoughts! 😄 xoxo

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  9. I’m definitely a book polygamist. Unfortunately I just can’t be that faithful! HAHA I usually read two or three books at a time though from experience I’ve discovered that I would prefer one book over the other; hence at times I will end up spending more time reading that one book.
    If I do read multiple books at once, I always try to make sure that they are not of the same genre.

    Great post! 🙂

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    • Its great to know! Its such a strange concept for me but of course I want to try it.
      Why do you try to make sure they are not the same genre? Does it make it easier to read multiple books that way? xoxo

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      • I just like variety. 🙂 I know certain people claim that they get quite confused if they read the same genre, but I personally don’t find it a problem. For me I just like different books because at times I may prefer a certain book over the other. For example I may be reading a fantasy book, classic, and a contemporary romance. So if I’m in a mood for one over the other two then I can just pick that up. And reading two or three books of the same genre would just probably bore me since they are somewhat similar.
        I wouldn’t say it makes it easier but rather just a personal preference. 🙂

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  10. good question! I too never used to engage in “book polygamy” (lol that phrase) but recently i’ve been trying it out. Mostly just because I ‘ve been reading the books I want to read, plus some that I have to read for my library classes. I find it weird, sometimes enjoyable, but usually just annoying to split my attention that way lol

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  11. I would say is it possible to watch two TV shows at the same time? Not like, literally at the same time, but do you have to finish one TV show before you start another? I, personally, would consider myself a book polygamist (it sounds so terrible when you put it like that hahaha) but sometimes I don’t have one book with me or the setting isn’t right to read one book when it is for another! I usually keep it pretty limited though because if I’m captivated by the story I will like, NEED to keep reading that singular book.

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    • Well, funny enough, with me I only watch one TV series at a time! Strictly! Its strange! But it corresponds to my book reading habits.
      Haha! I’m sorry for giving it that title. Although you can’t deny its catchy 😉
      I’m trying to become a book polygamist, to see if its all its cracked up to be.
      I know exactly what you mean! Thank you for stopping by Daniel! 😄

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  12. This is so me haha. I’ve got 4 books (maybe even more) on the go right now. I think it depends on the person though. I find my brain is able to pick up a book and then another and still remember what’s going on. If it’s a reallllly good book though I just won’t put it down haha I also tend to have different genres on the go so when I get bored of one I’ll pick up another. I can’t be in a fantasy mood all the time!

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    • Wow, 4 or MORE?! Gosh darn honestly I admire you! I want, to be able to do that! But of course, if a book really grips you, the hole has been dug and you’ll be there until the very end of the book!
      Ah, unlike you, I’m in a fantasy mood all the time and I never get sick of it. I think I’m mainly a book monogamist (one who reads one at a time) because I am NOT a mood reader. xoxo

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  13. 😂😂the title of this post is so catchy! And very, very clever! I too, once, was a book polygamist. But I feel like when I juggled so many books I couldn’t really appreciate any of them. So now, I’m committed to one book at a time. Mostly. Everyone has weaknesses…

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    • Hehe, thank you so much! It is catchy isn’t it?! All the thanks goes to Joey @ thoughts and after thoughts for the ‘polygamist’ part.
      Ah! So you converted from book polygamy to book monogamy! Committing to one book at a time I feel is also less stressful, don’t you think?
      Ah yes, everyone has a weakness! 😁 xoxo

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  14. Hell No! Tried it once and it was a disaster.I agree reading multiple books has its pros but if there is a circumstance that a book seemed more interesting than the other one then you would eventually lose interest in it and would continue the one that interests you more cause that’s what really happened in my case it’s like watching multiple movies at once LOL! 😀

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  15. I’m also a guilty book polygamist! You’ve got good points here, Josie 🙂 There are just some books (books which when read further make you want to Wow! This is exciting! Before I finished reading your post, I had come up with a wide option of books to choose. Haha! As always, you’re a very creative thinker not just in web design stuff but also in brainstorming. Thanks for tagging me! it apart!) where you need to have a break from and just grab another to read. The good thing about this is that when you get back to it, you no regained some motivation to finish it 🙂

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    • Oh my gosh! My previous post is weird. I accidentally pasted in between a comment which I made to another blogger! And i don’t know how to delete/edit it. Haha! This is what I was supposed to say:

      I’m also a guilty book polygamist! You’ve got good points here, Josie 🙂 There are just some books (books which when read further make you want to rip it apart!) where you need to have a break from and just grab another to read. The good thing about this is that when you get back to it, you gain some motivation to finish it 🙂

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      • Haha! That definitely got me a little confused for a second! XD
        Thank you, I think this was my best discussion topic so far! Yes, I agree, sometimes it’s good to take a break to read another. Good point! Thank you for sharing your thoughts with me! xoxo 🙂

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  16. Awesome post! 🙂
    I’ve tried to read multiple books at once and it gets kind of confusing. I also end up getting more into one book and just end up not switching between them, lol.
    I can manage reading a book myself and then listening to audiobooks too. So while I am at work, I’ll listen to audiobooks. While I am at home or anywhere else I am able to read, I bring my current read along with me.
    Sometimes I am jealous of those that can read so many at once, but then also I know it’ll probably give me a huge headache.
    I also start feeling guilty for doing it, lol. So I end up just choosing one between the two and finishing the other right after.

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    • It gets really confusing. Even though I’m trying to read only two books at once, I’m finding it very confusing all the same.
      I am very jealous of those who manage to read many books at once! It just sounds so great to be able to read and finish multiple in the same time it takes me to read a few books one by one.
      Haha! Yes, that’s exactly what I do. Thank you for your comment and your thoughts, I really appreciate it and loved hearing what you thought! xoxo

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  17. I am trying to stay loyal to one book at a time but it’s kind of difficult when there are so many temptetions out there! :p Great post!
    Did you know that polygamist is actually a greek word? It comes from the words ‘Poly’ which means ‘many’ and ‘gamos’ (marriage) >>’gamist’. I knew what the word meant right away! ^^

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  18. Very thoughtful post!
    I almost always read two books at the same time. First and foremost, I commute quite a lot for work – about an hour or more a day on the train, and carrying heavy books is no option. So I’m always reading an easy mass market that I have no trouble putting away when I have to exit the train. At home, I read bigger books. Once in a while I read an ebook on my phone and will switch to a physical one if I’m tired of a screen.
    I don’t feel like it takes away enjoyment from a book. On the contrary, I can switch between stories and read whatever gives me the most joy. I have noticed though, that past a certain point I get so drawn into the book that I favour one over the other.
    Perhaps it is just me, but I don’t think it helps with getting through more books. My time spent reading doesn’t double, so I spend the same amount of time reading more books and as a result it takes longer to finish one.. It’s a trade-off I guess. But it works for me, so I’m fine with it.

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    • Thank you, I’m very glad that it got you thinking!
      Of course, when commuting it’s best to have something that is easily portable. I can easily read books on my phone, but if the book I’m reading if a physical and too hefty, I don’t bring it with me and since I don’t tend to read multiple books at once, I don’t read anything.
      And yep, after trying reading two books at a time in this past week, I found myself favouring a certain book over the other.
      That’s interesting! I can totally see why you’d say it doesn’t increase reading time, or increase the amount of books you read within a certain time span. It probably means you made a little progress on each book rather than completing them all within that time. I guess it all depends on the time you spend reading every day as well!

      Thank you for taking the time to comment! I really appreciate it and loved reading your thoughts on the topic! 😀

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  19. I’m not really a book polygamist, because I find it hard to focus on two stories at a time, I prefer to be completely devoted to one, in order to fully appreciate it. However, I understand that when people get ARCs, or have an e-reader, they do like and can read more than one book at a time. It really helps to complete a reading challenge, as you said, or simply to read more books, and immerse yourself in more stories.
    I admit that it happens to me to read two books at a time, when I get an ARC or a digital copy of a book, I read the digital, and the physical copy at the same time. It has its perks, because when you’re bored of a story, you can simply read another one. But to be honest, I really prefer to focus on one book 🙂
    Great discussion, Josie! 😀

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    • I’m the same with you, for all my life I’ve only ever dedicated my time to one book at a time. However, I am beginning to explore the world of book polygamy right now, as a sort of experiment.

      Yes, I think since I get quite a few ARCS, I’ll be doing a lot more juggling with my books.
      But I’m quite the same as you for now!
      Thank you so much, and thank you for your comment! I really love hearing your opinions! xoxo

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  20. Josie, I love this post! I’m a book polygamist, and I’ve been thinking about this for some time too, esp when my friends asked me how I read two books at once. Sometimes I read three.

    I do this because I’m a person whose mood greatly influences what I choose to do. I have a ‘serious’ book (like a classic or non-fiction work) and then a lighthearted book, which is typically YA. Earlier in the year when I read Crime and Punishment, I didn’t feel like I was enjoying my reading time wholy dedicated to something so sombre and solemn, so I read stuff in between, and read Crime and Punishment when I had the capacity to pay full attention to it.

    To answer your question, I don’t think it detracts from my reading experience; I actually think it somewhat enhances it. c: I get to enjoy two stories, and I’m never bored – if I’m bored with one book for the day, I flip on over to the other. 😀

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    • Thank you so so much, I’m so glad you like this topic! It was so much fun to write and I really am having a dilemma with it at the moment.
      I see, being a mood reader, it must be really good for you to have multiple books at hand to switch between. I see the point in that! Especially when you don’t want to have your attention focussed on such a sombre book, as you said.

      You think so? Thank you for your thoughts! It’s really helpful for me to know that it doesn’t detract from the reading experience, because I really like seeing a book live up to it’s full potential to me.
      Thank you for commenting, I’m glad to have heard your thoughts on the topic! Thank you so much. ❤ xoxo

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  21. I never understood people who read more than one book at the same time – until I got a kindle. Now I read physical books when I’m at home and e-books when I’m on the go, so I’m constantly juggling books. I haven’t felt like it makes me appreciate each book less, on the contrary. Sometimes I need a bit of a break from a certain book or genre, so I’m glad I can read something else for a while. Great discussion!

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    • Glad to hear your opinion! Its good to know that juggling books doesn’t lessen your enjoyment or appreciation for them individually. Its something I am particularly afraid of so you’ve given me some reassurance! 😄 xoxo

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  22. Well done! ‘Book polygamy’ is the perfect label for this phenomenon, and it’s something I wonder about, too. Reading a fiction book and a nonfiction book simultaneously isn’t usually a problem but, like you, I’m a novel monogamist at heart; I get emotionally invested in a novel and don’t feel comfortable dividing my attentions — though I am willing to experiment. This usually only happens when I’ve left my novel in progress downstairs and I’m too lazy to go get it for my nighttime reading, so I start a new novel upstairs.

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    • Many thanks to Joey @ thoughts and afterthoughts for that title! 😀
      Definitely, fiction and non-fiction at the same time? Exhausting!
      Yep, that’s definitely it! Especially when you’re so hooked in a story, you just don’t want to leave it for another! How can we ever get invested in a story if we are constantly switching? But of course, I am experimenting too, to see how it goes.
      Ah! Yes! The laziness of getting a book when it’s so far away. I do that too.

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