Am I a seasonal reader??

Do you have seasonal reading habits?

This is something that has intrigued me for a while so I decided to take to Goodreads to see if I had any seasonal reading habits. In my mind I thought I did so I wanted to actually see if I was right.


I thought I would’ve got more of my reading done in summer…sitting in the garden/on the beach/in the park reading pages aplenty but that wasn’t the case.

But if I think about it, I spend most of my summer busy, be it on holiday or out doing stuff with my son enjoying the weather (and wearing him out!) so this was my least number of books read in any year.

Autumn and Winter

I’ve clubbed these 2 together as they were my most productive seasons it seems. Autumn and Winter seem to be when I get the majority of my reads in.

I thought that nights get darker earlier and it’s cold…and there is nothing like snuggling up with a hot coffee reading a book!


I thought this would be a slow season for reading but it’s not as slow as summer but not as good as Autumn/Winter.

My guess is that maybe things are starting to ramp up outside the house as the weather is better or maybe I’m experiencing a bit of burn out?

Do you think you are a seasonal reader?

What seasons do you read more books in do you think?

4 thoughts on “Am I a seasonal reader??

  1. I’m like you, Caro, summer is usually my slowest because the kiddos are home from school and all I hear is, “Mom, Mom, Mom…” all day long!😂 Also, in the fall, football starts (HUGE in Texas) so my kids and my hubby are busy and leave me alone to read, LOL!😁

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  2. Very interesting. I do think I read less in the Summer too. Plus I think I read different genre of books depending on the season. For instance, I do tend to prefer light reads in the summer. Great post thank you for sharing

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