Good Monday morning everyone. I hope you all had a productive weekend of reading and are ready to face a new week. I am writing this on a Sunday night, hence the still chipper attitude, hopefully planning ahead will lead to sleeping in tomorrow. As long as the bladder or a cat don’t wake me I should be good. Most likely it will be the cat using the bladder as her own personal water bed that will wake me… Anyway. This weekend I managed to finish up two books I was reading, one fiction and one non-fiction(review coming). I had about the same number of pages to finish up in both, but I noticed the non-fiction took me significantly longer to finish. Like several hours longer, in fact I still have 15 pages to go as I write this. It also take me longer to get into the book. With the absence of a scene and characters to build in my mind I had time to wander and plan a thorough cleaning of the shed and a revamping of a spare bedroom into an art studio. Eventually I was able to start focusing on what I was reading, but it just took longer. The funny thing is I actually enjoyed the non-fiction book more, but it still took longer to read. So this morning I ask you: Does Non-Fiction take longer for you to read? Or does Fiction take longer for you? Or no difference?