What kind of reader are you?

I am the Polygamist and the Extrovert reader. What about you?

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13 thoughts on “What kind of reader are you?

  1. Hmm … I flip back and forth between Polygamist and Neurotic. I’m either an all-out reader that can easily balance reading four or five books at once, or I’m busy doing so much else that even reading one book isn’t possible 😂

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    1. Eccentric Muse

      The Bible is hands down, the best book ever! It’s the only book I intend to reread whenever I read the last verse in Revelation. I am currently reading Micah and rereading Genesis. I just can’t get enough! Now, you have me all excited about the Bible. 🙂

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  2. Mandie Hines

    Haha This is a fun chart, EM. I used to be a monogamist reader, although I rarely reread a book. Now I’m completely a polygamist reader, with extrovert and altruist reader tendencies.

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    1. Eccentric Muse

      That’s awesome, Mandie! The only book that I’ve reread is the Bible, although I’ve reread Violets Are Blue by James Patterson recently and I plan on rereading The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo trilogy at some point.

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      1. Mandie Hines

        I’m surprised I haven’t reread more books, because I have this annoying habit of forgetting a book shortly after I’ve read it. Most books I’m left with a memory about the feeling I had toward the book, but I don’t remember specific scenes in the book. On rare occasion I’ll remember several parts from a book, but I’m not sure why I remember those and not others.

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