• When Someone Says To A Book Lover “I’m So Bored”

    When Someone Says To A Book Lover “I’m So Bored”0

    When someone says to a book lover, “I’m so bored,” the inevitable response goes something like this: 1. “But what about all these books?” via GIPHY 2. “I have the antidote: it’s called reading.” via GIPHY 3. “Don’t you have a library card?” via GIPHY 4. “Have you ever heard of a library?” via GIPHY

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  • When Book Lovers Say “Not Without My Book”

    When Book Lovers Say “Not Without My Book”0

    When book lovers encounter these 10 situations, they inevitably say, “Not without my book.” 1. When you leave the house. via GIPHY 2. When you commute to school or work. via GIPHY 3. When you go to recess or coffee break. via GIPHY 4. Or lunch break. via GIPHY 5. When you have to wait

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  • When Book Lovers Say “I’m Just Going To Read A Few Pages”

    When Book Lovers Say “I’m Just Going To Read A Few Pages”0

    This is what book lovers actually mean when they say, “I’m just going to read a few pages.” 1. Two hours later… via GIPHY 2. “We’ll go for that walk in a minute, buddy.” via GIPHY 3. “Do you smell something burning in the kitchen?” via GIPHY 4. Four hours later… via GIPHY 5. “I’ll

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  • When Book Lovers Say “Just Take My Money”

    When Book Lovers Say “Just Take My Money”0

    When book lovers encounter these 10 situations, they inevitably say, “Just take my money.” 1. When a new book comes out by your favorite author. via GIPHY 2. When a new book comes out in your favorite series. via GIPHY 3. When the front cover is beyond beautiful. via GIPHY 4. When you already own

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  • 10 Things You’ll Understand If You’ve Ever Fallen In Love With A Book

    10 Things You’ll Understand If You’ve Ever Fallen In Love With A Book0

    How do I love thee? Let me count the ways. Here are 10 things you’ll understand if you’ve ever fallen in love with a book. 1. There’s love at first sight, and then there’s love at first sentence. 2. Real life obligations including school or work become excruciatingly painful. All you want to do is

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  • 7 Different Types Of Readers

    7 Different Types Of Readers0

    What type of reader are you? Tell us in the comments section below! 1. The Critic The critic makes it her mission to discover and point out every fault in each book she reads including but not limited to typos, punctuation and grammatical errors, and formatting issues. Characters, plot lines, pace, themes, and diction are

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