First off, I'd like to first apologize to my mother for this post. She reads more than anyone I know, (other than Kenneth) and always tried to instill a love of reading in me growing up. I used to like reading a lot more than I do now, and here's why:
I'm a big fan of movies. I can't really figure out if I'm into using a camera because of my love of movies or I love movies because I first loved a camera. I watch movies almost exclusively for fictional storylines; even the "based on a true story" stuff has a good bit of fiction thrown in. Movies give me my fill of fiction, so I'm not too interested in reading fiction books.
I still read, but only about 3 books a year. They have to be really interesting or inspirational. I want true stories, I want to learn something. The biggest book I've read in the past few years is the Steve Jobs biography, and I'm currently making my way through My Father The Pornographer and the Ask Gary Vee book. One is a memoir and the other is trying to teach me something.
I'll read fiction every once in a while if it really speaks to me, for instance, Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman and Ready Player One by Earnest Cline are books I had a lot of fun with.
Tastes change over time, and I could one day get back to reading. For now, I like making videos and photos more than consuming things. I also take way to long to read books because my comprehension is pretty bad, so sometimes I have to read a page over and over to get what it's saying.
I think I'm probably wrong for not liking reading at the moment, because I don't like it for the same reasons I don't like eating healthy or being disciplined in exercise. It takes work to read.
Maybe I just need to be scolded by my mom or something.