novels or magazines

India
April 1, 2007 12:57pm CST
which one do u prefer reading novels or magazinez
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7 responses
@lida44 (223)
• Finland
1 Apr 07
I prefer reading books. Almost dont read magazines at all. For me they r boring and most of information i get through internet, radio or TV. Also i dont trust most of information in magazines.
@patgalca (14416)
• Orangeville, Ontario
1 Apr 07
I prefer novels. I recently got a subscription to Reader's Digest Magazine and am sorry I did. I have four unread issues lying around. I don't have time to read them. The paper is thin and crinkles up. I don't like long articles either. I prefer holding a book in my hands, hardcover or soft. I just love books.
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@Arkadus (899)
• Canada
4 Apr 07
I prefer novels. Magazines usually have nothing interesting in them.
@sshazie (253)
• Singapore
4 Apr 07
when i was younger, i loved reading novels. but i think as i come of age... i dun have as much time and concentration, so i tend to focus more on magazines
• United States
1 Apr 07
I prefer reading novels. I have a big imagination and reading is really fun for me because I can picture whats going on in my head. I do look at magazines though, I enjoy reading magazine stories, taking quizes, looking at the fashion stuff...but I prefer reading novels and do that more.
• United States
1 Apr 07
Definitely novels. It's so much easier for me to get lost in a book than a magazine. Magazines are meant to be read a bit at a time, and that's great when you don't have much time, but I love becoming lost in a book, losing track of time because I get so caught up in the plot and characters, and wondering what's going to happen to them next.
@AnythngArt (3304)
• United States
1 Apr 07
I love books, but I have to say that I am a magazine junkie. I've never met a magazine I didn't like. Something about the color, pictures, and design really attracts me. I subscribe to a bunch and buy even more. I do read books, but I think that magazines definitely have won me over. I would never imagine that magazines could be replaced by the Internet.