I like to read around 5 or 6 non fiction books at a time. I will read carefully and sometimes take notes but I don't usually read more than a chapter or two of each of them a dayIs this bad for reading comprehension the subjects tend to be different so I don't see confusing the topic being an issue?
Nah it's fine.Just make sure you finish the book and write a conclusion for your thoughts. Even if you revisit and decide to alter your opinion, you've at least put effort into it.
>>18175218and don't forget to post in on Goodreads
>>18174989make sure you make notes
>>18174989If you feel fine with it then continue.
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