A reading experience
IMPORTANT: if you follow me, I will probably follow you back, but I can only do that with my PERSONAL blog.
This blog is my experiment. I wanted a place where I could share and save the first impressions books give me, cause with the years I found out I couldn't always recall the thoughts or the feelings I had after reading a book for the first time.
That said, I don't think you will only find my personal opinions here, ultimately, this is a blog completely devoted to books, because they are both my greatest passion and the only thing that never failed to make me feel better in life.
A Conversation After Buying Books
Me: *sigh* I have nothing to read!
Mom: You literally just bought 5 books two days ago.
Me: Yeah, but I don't know if I'm ready for that kind of emotional commitment just yet. I need a quick fling before I settle down.
Mom: ...you're so dumb.

allieinarden:

virtuouspagans:

whenever I feel bad about having a weird name I remind myself that C.S. Lewis’ middle name was Staples 

When I was a kid, one of my family members quoted the first line of Dawn Treader—"There was a boy named Eustace Clarence Scrubb, and he almost deserved it"—and I said, "Brave words from a man whose name was Clive Staples Lewis," and my mom lost it. 

When you’re reading a book and a character dies out of nowhere.

mysharona1987:

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magic-in-every-book:

According to research, the average American reads about 5 books a year.

ONLY FIVE.