...that most everything about that day (it was last Thursday, actually) was typical except for the number of manuscripts read. There were many (more than usual) works that I wanted to read--and keep reading--and keep reading...mostly because they were novels and I wanted to find out what would happen. I can read fiction more quickly than nonfiction--one can enjoy the story as would a bookstore reader, rather than evaluate each proposal sentence.
I also didn't have a lot in the way of the putting out of fires that day, so there was more time for tea and manuscripts.
I'd say a day of reading is usually between 70 or 100 pages (if I'm busy) and 350.
But I also have the awesomest boss ever, and a situation that lets me read more than the average agent.