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10 Great Places to Read Our Books



Fun fact: reading is fun and can be done anywhere.

Since everyone loves a good listicle, we've compiled a list of 10 great places to read a Two Dollar Radio book. Here, forthwith, and in no particular order:

Poolside
Let your kids learn to swim the old fashioned way! Rather than playing lifeguard, dip into a good book instead.
TDR Poolside | Radio Waves

At the Beach
The beach is fun, sure. You can play paddle-ball, build a sand-castle, or people-watch behind the safety of your sunglasses. But say you got sun-burned the day before and need to chill in the shade. Do that with aloe vera lotion and your new fav book.
TDR Beach | Radio Waves

Your house
This might seem obvious, but what if your house was haunted? Then reading in your house might not be that enjoyable. However, assuming that your house is not haunted then it'd prove an ideal setting for reading.

TDR Reading Your House | Radio Waves

At a Baseball Game
It's been scientifically proven that baseball is one of the most boring sports known to humankind. Liven up your time at the ball diamond with a book too loud to ignore.
TDR Baseball Game | Radio Waves

Your favorite coffee shop
This is another one where you might be saying to yourself, Duh. You call yourself a famous blog-writer? Coffee shops are one of the most obvious places to read books! And you'd be right. While a coffee shop is not an earth-shattering addition, listicles are based upon the premise that they not shatter any earth and include all obvious points as well.

TDR Fav Coffee Shop | Radio Waves

Your Least Favorite Coffee Shop
If you find yourself in your least favorite coffee shop then you're probably either hung-over, waiting for the mechanic to finish work on your car, or awaiting frightening medical test results. All perfect times to catch up on your latest reading obsession!

TDR Least Fav Coffee Shop | Radio Waves

Skipping Class
Like Perry Farrell says, "Don't go! Don't go!"

TDR Skipping Class | Radio Waves

The Attic of Your Mom's House
Either that, or I'm certain she'd love to have a conversation about the new frozen custard shop that opened in your hometown.

TDR Attic Reading | Radio Waves

A Lonely Red Corner
No caption necessary.
TDR Lonely Red Corner | Radio Waves

The Oval Office
Two Dollar Radio books are figuratively better than a blow job and/or seven lightly salted almonds.
TDR Reading Office | Radio Waves

Riding a Statue on the Side of a Mountain
What better way to thaw Cold War relations in eastern Europe than with a Two Dollar Radio book!
TDR Statue Mountain | Radio Waves

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Posted by Brett Gregory on 06 July, 2016 listicle, Places to Read, Two Dollar Radio | 0 comments
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