"I live really close to the beach, so I love walking up to the jetty and sitting there and reading. It stays light for a while because it's the westernmost part of land where I live, and the sound and smell of the ocean is lovely."
"When I was a kid, I usually sat in front of the window-door that leads to the balcony and read there (especially in the summer) but now I don't have that door anymore and I'm reading in my bed (and I really enjoy that!). But seriously, I…"
"I try to read outside, or at the park, or wherever, but unfortunately I can't stand the glare from the pages (that sounds stupid, but it's true! There's a glare!) and also, if it's too hot I can't stand it and if it's…"
"I love walking to the park by my house. There's a sort of circle of willow trees and it's nice to just lie down on the grass with a good book. Although one time, I saw a couple making out in the grass and just awkwardly started walking…"
"My favorite place to read is probably on my couch. So original haha. But it is right across from our windows which look out onto the park and there is usually light coming through making it a super nice atmosphere, and it's right next to the…"
"I like reading in my bed because no one bothers me when I am in my room. I also really love reading books on vacation, especially when I am at the beach. I love putting up an umbrella, laying out my towel, listening to the waves and reading.…"
"Reading outside is one of my favourite things to do, and has been since I was little, but only when the weather's nice. Other than that I like to read in bed just before I go to sleep, or when I first wake up, and in my bedroom at my parents…"
"I love Poe. My favorite poem of his is definitely "The Raven", but I also really love "Lenore", "The Tell-Tale Heart", and "Ulalume". :)
If any of you Poe fans are into YA fiction, there's this pretty…"
"I love Poe! I wrote this essay recently about how the narrators in "The Black Cat" and "The Tell Tale Heart" by Edgar Allen Poe both isolate themselves therefore go mad, and then once they are mad, they isolate themselves more…"