If you're reading this, congratulations: You're well-read.
If you're reading this in Salt Lake City, you're also typical.
Amazon.com released its second-annual list of the Most Well-Read Cities in America, and Salt Lake City scored in the top 10 -- in 10th place, in fact.
Here's the top 20:
Rankings were determined by sales data of book, magazine and newspaper sales - in both print and Kindle format - since June 1, 2011. The numbers were weighed on a per capita basis for cities with more than 1000,000 residents.
|1.||U.S. durable goods orders up 2.6 percent in March|
|2.||Western lands takeover: Former BLM chief, state lawmaker clash|
|3.||Summer movie preview: 79 films to get you through August|
|4.||Scott D. Pierce: Comedy Central let John Oliver get away|
|5.||Health Department closes West Valley Sports Bar|
|6.||BYU student wins $40,000 for kolache machine invention|
|7.||‘East Central’ Salt Lake City deemed one of best U.S. neighborhoods for young adults|
|8.||‘Bachelorette’ contestant dies in Utah paragliding accident|
|9.||Utah leaders aim to keep public-lands debate civil|
|10.||University of Utah says sorry for sperm mix-up; family not happy|