No surprise then that Kindle Direct Publishing has given India its own category.
Korea fell at the opposite end of the spectrum just bellow Taiwan and Japan, indicating that the average person reads 3:06 hours per week.
The United States, which fell toward the bottom of the pack, reported that the average person reads 5:42 hours per week.
Countries located in geographic clusters reported similar results.
For instance, people in the Asian countries —
of India, Thailand, China and the Philippines spend the most time reading.
Industrialized, first world countries including Spain, Canada, Germany, the U.S., and Italy reported relatively low rates of reading.
The U.S. response of 5:42 hours per week per person tied that of Germany. That rate was also just lower than those of Turkey, Spain,
and Canada and just higher than that of Italy.
NOW, WHERE DO PEOPLE READ?
Well, it IS PRIVATE!
“The throne” can become a reader’s Nirvana and the last resort for those who can’t seem to find privacy anywhere else.
Beach reading has grown in popularity to the point that book stores now market books specifically as well suited to beach reading.
What exactly constitutes a "Beach Read"
WHERE DO YOU READ THE MOST?
DO YOU THINK THE WORLD READING FACTS ARE CORRECT?
DO YOU THINK GANDALF SHOULD GET HIS OWN BED?