Favourite Places to Read – Top Ten Tuesday!

Hello! I’m one of those people who can pretty much read anywhere. In fact the only time I struggle is when travelling somewhere because I tend to get travel sick if I try and read when in a car/bus etc. I’ve read sat on the floor of airports, during quiet periods at work and sat in the car waiting for friends that are notoriously late for things, but as for my favourite places to read, I can really only think of three. Do you have a favourite place to read? Let me know in the comments.

Top Ten Tuesday is run by Jana over at That Artsy Reader Girl and you should definitely go give her blog some love.

In bed

I’m a huge night owl, probably thanks to working nights for the past 7 years, and I love nothing better than getting in bed after a shift and picking up my latest read. I will admit this is slightly easier when reading on my Kindle or paperbacks ( I’ve had a few incidents with dropping hardbacks on my face), but I just love snuggling under the covers and getting lost in whatever world I’m currently reading.

Curled up in a comfy chair

This right here is my natural reading habitat. Any comfy bit of furniture that allows me to tuck my legs under me and curl up is a guaranteed reading place & add in a blanket and a warm drink and you will struggle to get me to move. I like reading in the living room because it makes me feel more sociable, even if I ignore any questions asked to me whilst reading.

On Holiday

On a beach, in a hotel room, sat in a park… there’s something about being on holiday that makes reading in certain places that much more special. I went to Scotland a few years ago and a friend and I carried chairs and perched on a jetty on the edge of a loch and just sat there and read for hours. It was so unbelievably peaceful, and if it hadn’t been for the standard Scottish rain turning up & think we could have sat out there forever.

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