At the moment, usually only one, sometimes two, and that's with audiobooks which I can listen to while doing housework. There was a time when I would read a novel a week. I hope that time will come again one day.
I used to set a goal for myself to read a book within three days, but that was a long tine ago, and now I just read when I feel like it. I don't spend a lot of time reading now, unless it is in between doing things - such as on a bus ride - so it take me a while to get through books. I don't keep tabs on how many I read a month.
On average one to two. I'm so busy with other things that it's hard to fit it in, and I don't have the discipline to put a good book down if I'm really into it, so will stay up into the night to read. I can't do that too often or I'd never get anything done.
As a member of my local library, I now read about four books a month. Years ago I had a friend who could read two books at the same time. I used to think this was strange until this year, when I started the same habit - usually non-fiction during daylight hours, and fiction to read in bed.
On average, 2 or 3 books a month, but there are months which go without a single book due to guests from overseas or kids being sick, etc. I like to read, and I am so glad my children are old enough that I have time to read again.
Since childhood I have always consumed books fairly quickly. I usually read 2/3 books a week, especially if there is a good storyline. Since becoming a widow I have become a bit of an insomniac so books fill the sleep chasm very well.
NONE, sorry, but a friend read 72 books, in 2016. She also borrows hers from the library, & always takes 1 out with her, when she's going out, 4 times a week, & each evening at home she reads from 11-12.30am & during the day as well.
I easily read a few a week, depending on the lengths of course!
But then again, I tend to read a lot of young adult novels (which are considerably quicker to get through). If I'm reading manga, I can get through a few a night (because they're obviously less text-based and don't require as much time to read).
I only really read regularly during my lunch breaks at work (and when I can find time at night), but I am trying to reduce the pile of books that I have waiting for me, so that's a good motivation to get through more!