What does your dream library—or dream kitchen or dream bedroom or dream house—look like?
Have you ever experienced this phenomenon?
This is my life.
Have you ever found that perfect reading position, just to discover five minutes later that your muscles have entirely seized up and it wasn’t nearly as comfortable as you thought it was?
How many times have I shirked real-world duties to read a book? More than I can count.
Who was there for me when I got dumped by my first boyfriend? Books. Who was there when I spent a summer alone in Boston? Books.
In a way, the characters are real, and the events of the book did happen, and sharing a book with a friend is the best way to have that joint experience.
Being unemployed means that most of my week is “booked,” honestly…
This is obviously a personal thing, but movies have never spoken to me the way books do.
I sincerely apologize to anyone I’ve asked this question at the wrong time. There’s so much pressure to enjoy a book that your friend has enjoyed that this question is probably not a good one to ask ever while they’re still reading, and ask with caution when they’re finished. Just because you love something doesn’t…
Isn’t language so cool?
This isn’t necessarily “funny,” but I thought it was true and needed to be shared. 🙂 I have so many friends that I wouldn’t have if I didn’t read (and that includes real life friends; I’m not just talking about the characters who feel like my friends), including all of you lovely blogging…
Based on On Writing, I’m not entirely sure this is how it went…but I figured it was appropriate, since I’m currently reading IT for approximately the billionth time. by
What books do you want to read, but don’t want to be seen reading?
Good morning readers, and happy Super Bowl Sunday for those of you in the States! (GO RAVENS, btw.) In honor of my blog’s second birthday on Friday, you guys are getting SIX funnies this morning, all via someecards. I completely agree with 100% of these (especially the book hangover one), and I’m guessing most of…