James Comey knows his chronotype. Do you know yours?

I like to read paper books. I have tried reading on electronic devices but I need to feel the pages. I am always reading at least two books, one for upstairs and one for downstairs. Until I got fired, I read only on long flights because there was too much work stuff to read at home. Now that I’m underemployed, I read mostly at night, but sometimes during the day. Never in the morning. Wrong chronotype.

—James B. Comey, former F.B.I. director, and author of A Higher Loyalty
in The New York Times

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