"After all, tomorrow is another day."
That's the closing line from what famous novel?
Ms. Scarlet could tell you.
Here's what I'm wondering today: Do you tend to read your books all the way through to the end?
Or do you tend to stop part way and never finish?
If you tend to stop--why? You get bored, busy or distracted? Does it bother you not to finish?
And does your answer to the question change depending on whether you're reading fiction or non-fiction?
A Teletext survey of 4,000 Britons found that almost half of the books they bought remained unfinished. I'm guessing their American counterparts aren't much different. But you tell me, are you typically a book finisher or a book abandoner.
I'll tell you in my next post if I'm a book finisher or not. (What do you think?)
Meanwhile, if you are a book finisher, you'll probably recognize some of these Best 100 Closing Lines from well-known books. If you're not a book finisher, pop over and see what you've been missing. :)
And thanks for answering my nosey questions about your reading habits.