This includes articles, ebooks, audiobooks, etc. If you do, what genres and which books?
Currently I’m re-reading entertaining trash.
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Whoa nice, bet that was fun. I’d love to read the play to see how they end it differently.
Because I’m often on the train, it’s easier for me to take an e-book reader, than anytime carrying a book with me.
Audio books here. When I cook, when I’m at the gym, beginning of my shift while I go through my emails. I listen to mostly trashy sci-fi books, sometimes good / decent sci-fi. At the third book in the “Three body problem” trilogy now, it’s pretty damn good.
I average at one - two books a month. Great majority sci-fi. I read only for fun, to disconnect, so my bar for quality is pretty low, there’s a loooot of fun stuff out there.
Three body books are monumental. They reignited my will to read. Also really enjoying the murderbot diaries which I bet will appeal to all the rad commies in here.
I regularly go to the library to expose myself to reading & discovering new books without distractions
I also frequent my local library! Great place to discover books. (To answer the original question: I read poetry, classics, comics, fantasy, sci-fi, history, and some specialist literature)
News articles from various sources, academic papers for university classes, discission threads on Lemmy and Reddit, various short form fiction.
Economic textbooks, political science textbooks, computer science textbooks, science fiction novels, manga and visual novels
I love reading fiction. I like classics American as well as contemporary fiction. Occasional foreign translations as well.
Peter Joseph (whatever he is)
Leasure reading has fallen by the wayside. It’s a pity but I like a particular type of book that is rarely fulfilled. I mostly just read my subscribed RSS feeds
If anyone has recommendations, I like surreal nonfiction and fiction (not too fantasy, think “his dark materials”), with an emphasis on storytelling and character development. I enjoy most densities, I occasionally dare read academia.
I try to aim for reading around 30 books per year. I tend to pick one fiction and non fiction to read concurrently. I tend to enjoy hard sci-fi the most for fiction, and politics/economics for nonfiction.
Yes, I tend to read the most boring kind of books I can find, they’re fun.