I never used to read the end before the beginning, but lately, whenever my attention starts to flag or the book I'm reading starts to drag, I find myself flipping to the end to see if it's even worth continuing. And once I do that I often end up not finishing the book. Sadly, it's happening more and more often. (But never with really good books--those I read straight through without ever peeking to see how they end.) So, what's the solution? I'm not sure. But admitting there's a problem is the first step to recovery, right?
What about you? Got any bookish habits you want to change this year?