Do you think about the space around you when engaging in a certain activity? Like watching a movie, do you like curling up on a sofa with a blanket? Would you rather lie in bed letting it carry you away?
How about when you read a book? Do you have a special place or even position you are most comfortable in? Does it depend on your mood, location, or even the genre you’re reading? Are you a fussy reader who requires a variety of pillows, snacks, or tea to compliment your literary adventures? Or are you a minimalist reader who makes do with a book and an empty room?
Here’s what some of our readers have to say:
Janene—“I like to read print books, curled up on my couch with my purring tabby cat on my lap. Something about the soothing white noise helps me drift off with the characters.”
Kay—“I hide from my family and read in a bubble bath with a glass of wine. Pure bliss!”
Clark—“I read everywhere. I’m not picky. Doctors’ waiting rooms, my car, sometimes even standing in line. I’m addicted, I guess.”
So what is your favorite position to just let go and dive into a book?
We invite you to cozy up with a new book – for free. Just comment below with your favorite space and place to read and be entered in a drawing for a copy (paperback) of the latest from Richard J. O’Brien’s wonderful imagination. To Dream the Blackbane: A novel of the anomaly has been called “…a compelling, original tale with a strong narrative voice.” (Kirkus Reviews). Richard refuses to be pigeonholed in one genre and Blackbane does not disappoint. This brilliant work of fiction weaves its way through several genres, including urban fantasy, science fiction, and detective noir. It all starts with a cosmic event fusing Earth with the faerie realm…
And as always: Happy Reading!