Second Time Around

Since I have been using a Nook I have found it very easy to go back to reread a book.  I find that there are still things to discover the second time around.  Although the pages haven’t changed, the characters might be the same, I still find something new in those pages and characters to enjoy.  Stepping away and coming back to the story again after some time, I still find myself getting pulled into the story and enjoying the journey the characters take.  I also find I like revisiting a book when I am reading current series and during the time between publication it helps freshen up my memory and get me ready to start reading when the next book does arrive.  It is revisiting an old friend, an old memory of sorts, and there are some people who might feel it’s boring to reread something, but I don’t think I have that problem.  Go in with a fresh eye, and it might be surprising what is there the second time around.


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