10 Types of Readers you Meet During a Lockdown

Do you see yourself in here? I fit into nos. 3, 5 and 6. Not that I’m greedy, or anything… 😉

Nicholas C. Rossis

Woman reading | From the blog of Nicholas C. Rossis, author of science fiction, the Pearseus epic fantasy series and children's books

Angela Haupt of the Washington Post recently shared a fun list with the types of readers you meet during a lockdown.

I belong to the very first group. With a restless 4-year-old always around and with both Electra and me working from home, getting a free moment to read is pretty much impossible…

The working parents who are suddenly also stay-at-home parents

As I can attest, this group is lucky to get through a page of the New Yorker before passing out. These “readers” crave little more than reading the backs of their eyelids. They are caught in an all-day juggling act, and most books are too heavy to juggle.

The solution for parents and anyone else who is wildly distracted — and exhausted: fun short stories.

The readers seeking deeper meaning in the occult

In her 2008 book “End of Days,” the late psychic Sylvia Browne…

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2 comments

  1. Thanks for the share, Deborah 🙂

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    1. Thanks for providing such interesting info!

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