Questions I Frequently Get Asked as a Reader

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Hello fellow bookworms! I haven’t posted a Time for Tea in a while, and I’ve had this idea sitting in my drafts for a while, so I thought it was about time I actually posted it! How many times do family and friends comment on your reading habits? Are they awestruck by your commitment to literature, or annoyed by your devotion to something fictional? Either was, we all get those questions from people who just don’t understand what it’s like to be one of us, so I’d like to share some of those I frequently get asked…

How do you find time to read so much?

I don’t find time, I make time. Between university, part time job, and seeing family and friends, it is crucial I make time for myself. I have certain points in the day when I know I can get some reading time in, so I…

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