OK so it appears it was not an anonymous reader but Glenys that left the actual comment.
I am a voracious reader as is my OH. I read when I have a spare 5 minutes and also for at least an hour when I go to bed. If I am awake in the night, which I am frequently, I read then, so it is not difficult to read anything up to 8 books a week. I often get lost in an interesting story and find it hard to put down, which can lead to me reading late into the night as well. I am anxious to find out what comes next.
What type of books, well all sorts, mainly light literature these days, murder mysteries, autobiographies, biographies, travel. In my time I have read Bronte, Jane Austin, Dickens, Tolstoy the list is endless. As far as light literature is concerned I tend to find an author I like and read all the books they have written and, through their web pages keep up with new books published. At present I am reading a series by Debbie Mccomber about a community in Washington State. I have also read several of her books set in a knitting shop. Jennifer Chiaverini is another favourte, her books are set in Pennsylvania around a group of quilters. Maeve Binchy, Carole Matthews,Anna Jacobs,Ruth Hamilton are the authors I am presently reading, several of them have written a series of books, I like to know what happens at the end of a story if the ending is left open to possibilities. Ian Rankin, Wilbur Smith, M C Beacon, who writes the Hamish Mc Beth and Agatha Raisin books....the list is endless. I am not keen on books set in Africa for some reason, not sure why. I tried The Lady Detective Agency series but they were not really to my taste.
I hope this answers your query.