Book Blogger Hop: Reading in the Car

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What is Book Blogger Hop all about?
Each week the host at Ramblings of a Coffee Addicted Writer will prompt a new topic submitted by a blogger and everyone can join in with their answers. You should join us! It’s quite fun!  No really it is!

This Weeks Topic/Question

Feb. 12th – 18th – Are you able to read in the car? (submitted by Elizabeth)

Our Answers

This week we will hear answers from our Mocha Girl Read bloggers.  These Mocha Girls have blogs centered around our favorite thing, books and the love of reading.

Mocha Girl Amber (blogger at Du Livre)

When I was a child I used to love reading in the car! But nowadays, I just can’t do it. I’ve tried recently in half an hour car ride, I read 2 pages. I just feel guilty leaving my poor husband to drive in silence!

Mocha Girl Vivian (blogger at The Book Diva)

As a child, I wasn’t able to read in a car due to extreme motion sickness, but fortunately, as an adult, I’m quite comfortable reading in the car. Now the problem is simply talking others into driving so I can read…

Mocha Girl Shannon (blogger Reading Has Purpose)

I’m not even sure how to answer the question! If the question is does reading cause motion sickness, the answer is no. But I don’t read in the car since I’m usually driving. When I’m not driving I think it’s kind of rude to read as a passenger.

What about you?  Are you able to read in a car?

If you missed last weeks question and answers.  Go to Book Blogger Hop: Your Significant Other and Reading

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  • literaryfeline

    Reading in the car while I was growing up was a constant. I always did it. Especially on those long drives up and down the state to visit family. I don’t do it as often now. As Shannon said, it seems kind of rude–even though my husband has said he doesn’t mind. My daughter probably would though. She’s still so young. Maybe when she’s a teenager and could care less about interacting with mom and dad. LOL

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