Habit or way of life? I can go long stretches without reading because of work and then go through periods when all I do is read. I find that I read more in the summer than winter. Most likely this is because of the better light and more time. Reading in bed? It is seldom possible without immediately falling asleep!
What are your reading habits? Do you tend to read at specific times during the day, or does it vary from day to day, hour to hour, minute to minute?
Don't forget to leave a link to your actual response in the comments--or if you prefer, leave your answers in the comments themselves!
In the summer I get up with the sun and sit on the porch and read for hours. Every summer I read one Stephen King book. I look forward to that and save it for the summer. If not careful, it can consume the day. I deliberately wallow in fiction by my favorite authors. I also pick one new author to discover each summer. I focus my non-fiction reading primarily on Vermont and New England authors.
In the winter this seldom happens except on school vacation weeks. While I read mostly non-fiction all year round, the winter is the time for the really heavy stuff: the mathematics, science and history books. I will occasionally toss in a novel and most likely it will be a classic.
Of course, I always have a book in my purse (which is actually a Bean tote bag!) for any time I can slip in a couple of pages! I also am now using audible.com and iTunes for audiobooks on my iPod which is the greatest!
I'm looking forward to the responses on this week's meme. It'll be fun to see how other people manage their reading time!