Parks: There are few things that can beat a nice Saturday stroll through the park. Finding a nice tree, shady hillside, long park bench, or picnic table to relax and read your favorite book. Reading in a park provides you with space, true relaxation, or a respite from the hustle and bustle of the real world. During my time at San Diego State University, I use to love visiting our school library to get my nose dusty collecting novels and comics to read on my leisure time. I’d then make my way through campus to find my favorite park bunch waiting for me underneath a tree in one of our schools beautiful parks and gardens. This was, and probably will remain my favorite place to read a book.
Libraries: The one place that everyone would probably agree is the best place to read a book. I’ll always remember my friend Amanda from Window Tinting Nacogdoches, who’s actually one of our sponsors, She hated reading in the library, which I could never understand why, I mean the library was designed for reading. Amanda agreed that she enjoyed browsing the wonderful bookshelves of the library with me, but always had the sense of having to leave, so once she found what she needed she’d rather just get out of the library sooner than later.
Bookstore/Cafes: I would say bookstores and cafes are rated low in my favorite places to read. But for some reason they’re both places where people associate with relaxing to read a book. It all depends on how busy the bookstore and café are. Most of the time they’re too busy and loud for me to really relax and read, personally I just think I’m not much of a public reader.