for reading more books rather than watch movies with them. But I don't mind. Those idiots can't differentiate a book from a magazine. I'm comfortable with what I'm doing and I won't change reading for them. It hurts, but fictional characters taught me to be who I am and just be...
or a place that sells books, and I will literally sit on the floor and read a book I find interesting. Then, an employee will come to me,"Um, excuse me? Do you need any help..?"
Me. "Naw, I'm..mumbles as I continue to read..**"
And Death note 'How to read' book.
I've seen the film but want to read the book + I read some of the DN how to read book and it's really cool and has all the shinigamis and stuff in it.
Our school library had the the whole set of DN books. :))))
but does anyone else think the fault in our stars was a bad book and there is so many way better books that people should read. So many people at my school are like I don't like reading but the fault In our stars is the best book I read it in a day but there are so many other...
and escape for that short moment of time,sometimes when I am feeling that bit down its had to pick up that book because I have little motivation but i know reading means a lot.That short time to create my own characters and my own setting for a book.I was i love the most.
and when you finish you just have to sit there for a while, contemplating the book, and life in general. Three books recently have done that for me.
Trouble, by Non Pratt
The Perks of Being a Wallflower, by Stephen Chbosky
Catcher in the Rye, by J.D. Salinger
Harperland (politics of control) and Party of One , Elizabeth Smart's story,
a book on the History of the FBI and about 5 years ago read a book by the same author on the history of the CIA Legacy of Ashes, I have read The Secret History of the American Empire and Greatest Story...
and adore being around books. I appreciate the binding and fonts of older books. I cringe at the stickers they now put on well bound hardbound books. I have made love in several at home, academic and art libraries.
Thou shalt not watch the movie first.
Thou shalt not lose or never return borrowed book.
Thou shalt not ask, “So, what’s the book about?” after seeing thy reader begin to start reading first chapter.
of an orca named Luna) also watched the documentary. Luna was the young Orca the hung out in Nootka Sound on the WC of Vancouver Island 2001-20060 Reveals what hypocrites my government can be especially the DFO Department of Fisheries and Oceans. On our West Coast they arrest...
:) 3 of which are part of a trilogy and 2 are just random novels. They're all fantasy, considering my number one favorite genre is fantasy. I enjoy horror and thriller too, but the only really good books in that genre that I have read are mainly from Stephen King.
finished a book and you suddenly return to the real world, but the real world feels incomplete or surreal because you're still living in the world of the book.
A goals to live a life of a girl I'd love to read a book about.:)
..laying in bed, cuddled up to my sheltie. Listening to the beautiful sound of rain. And caught up in a great book. I love the blissful escape from reality. Or passionately stepping into another persons shoes. If only I could make a career out of reading:)
since I was a young child. I could live in book stores, I loved reading so much. In recent years I've gotten away from it, as my interest in the internet has grown. So, I think for this year I am going to take the 2015 Reading Challenge and read a book a week from the following...
I'd read in my native language ( Spanish) and I'm trying to read in others like French and English so I tried too to write my own http://www.wattpad.com/story/39944800-the-labyrinth, this one I hope you enjoy it :)
and buy them a drink? Why can't there be a thing where a guy notices me eyeing a book at a bookstore and buys it for me? That would definitely win me over. I cannot handle using a kindle or "flipping" the pages on an ipad screen. I love books for the pure experience. The smell...