What Kind of Reader Are You?

What Kind of Reader Are You? August 1, 2013

Quite the infographic:

Please include attribution to Laura E. Kelly with this graphic. (Click to view at original large size.)

What Species of Reader Are You?--Infographic

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  • Barb

    Definitely–Free Range “It’s complicated” category–Oh and underlining is NOT book abuse. Built our house with a library–contractor said “no one ever did that before” Really? All my Scot McKnight books are underlined and annotated in the margins–that’s true book love!

  • Amanda B.

    I must be a Free Range “It’s Complicated”, because I identified with the Chronological Reader, the Omnireader, the Multitasker, and the Professional Reader.