I like this question! I love to read, but I tend to be a magazineaholic more so than a book reader. I take stacks and stacks of magazines out of the library weekly - everything from crafting to gardening, just to get ideas.
I am currently reading a book though - The Complete Guide to Middle Earth, as I'm preparing for another Lord of the Rings marathon! Another favourite author is Diana Gabaldon - she wrote the Outlander series about this woman who travels back to old Scotland and falls in love - it's a fabulous series, but they are big books and I think there's 8 of them now.
PAlady, here's a hint that might work for you as it has for me - I have a "lap desk" - it's like a little desk mounted on a cushion of micro beads that you place in your lap, so your book can lay there instead of you having to hold it to read. I sometimes use a pillow instead - anything where I can lay the book down instead of holding it to read. Just a thought for you if you have weak wrists.
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