Essentially, the essence of the extrovert problem, if there ever was one.
How did I come to this conclusion?
I just finished up an amazing readathon, probably one of my favorite successful EVER. 3 books, 7 days, and I still had school and other activities throughout most of it! I had so much motivation to keep reading and pick up new books. It was super fun to have discussions on Twitter and see all kinds of encouragement from fellow participants.
After readathons, I typically have a ‘readathon hangover.’ Essentially, even though the read-a-thon is over, I’m still making reading my first priority and pushing through a book every day or every two days. It’s a pretty great time period. Sadly, this time lasted a while for me, but now I’m back to this awkward stage when I cannot find anything to read. Nothing is really clicking with me. It’s not a reading slump though. I am excited about plenty of books still! And I love book blogging and reading probably more than ever! So, what is it?
I think I need some kind of social aspect to my reading.
For this reason, I’ve always been attracted to readathons, book clubs, and buddy reading. I love marathoning series and reading books with the hype. Commenting and Twittering and all that jazz really help me read more and enjoy reading.
What type of reader are you? Do you consider yourself a social reader?