Most of my reading these days is done online. I'm constantly reading books on my online library. But, I read a lot of journals and online articles too.
Sometimes when I'm feeling it, I'll buy a book or get some physical ones from the library, but I can get a little carried away in there. ^_^
I try to read every night before I go to sleep. I'm in bed, book propped. My last book was "Jefferson's Daughters" a biography of the white and mixed race daughters of Thomas Jefferson. I also read online many times a day, I read several blogs. And then I read license plates and bumper stickers. I used to read cereal boxes. If it is print and in front of me I will read it.
I want to minimize my time on the computer and almost only read with paper. Pluse, if it is my own book, I can dogear pages and make notes and highlights (I can hear the groans). That way I can go over the book later and hit the parts I felt were important.
Unually at my table (which has become a desk), stretched out on the sofa or before bed (the more boring the book the better to get to sleep). When I worked, it was a 30 minute bus ride to the office so a lot of reading was done there.
I read just about anywhere. I usually have several books I'm reading on my Kindle, plus I carry a back-up book or two with me in my bag (you never know, your Kindle could die...). I read while on transit in transition, lol. I read at work (perks of the job). I read at home. I read a LOT! (59 books thus far this year-only 191 left to go on my 250 book challenge for 2018!)
I primarily do reading via audio books, which I download from teh NLS (National Library Service), and listne to through an app on my phone. I am partially (legally) blind, and so reading hard copy or starign at a computer screen too long will give me eye strain preatty esily. Anyway, i listen to anywhere from 5-15 books a week, dependign on how logn the books are.
For new I mostly listen to NPR, but get soem news off the internet.
I didn't answer the question in my last comment. Most of my reading is done where ever I have a few moments to read. I always have a book with me. If I go to the movies and there are a few minutes before the show, I'll read. I've even read a paragraph or two when I'm at a stop light. I know, I shouldn't. I usually read a bit before bed. Last night I sat in a comfortable chair and read a bit.
I do a lot of "real" book reading. I still do a lot of online reading. But nothing better than a real book in my hands. I carry a few books with me where ever I go. It would probably be better to just have online reading and books on my Nook with regard to taking up space. But I can't help my love of the printed word. I even print things from the internet instead of reading them on the computer.
My favorite place to read is my patio - weather permitting. But I read all over the place - in bed, on the couch, and, when my son was small and I used to drive him to baseball and music lessons, in my car. I used to keep a book in my car for those waiting times. Every so often I drive a long distance and I use audiobooks. I've never tried a Kindle I like book books. They don't need batteries, fit in your pocket, and they're free at the library. Books are so cool - you actually can get right inside of another person's mind.
Most of my reading is now listening- books on cd; the electronic library,etc. Most of that is done while I drive. I still look at knittiing and spinning and gardening books, because of the pictures, bur straight forward reading is too strenuous for my old eyes.