able to feel that amazing connection with a book. The feeling of addiction, the countless emotions, and the imaginary scenarios inside your head. I truly believe that there is at least one book out there that can make you feel this way.
Whenever I can I recommend books to my...
I can get lost in the story and before I know it I have read the entire book in one sitting, I have always read, sometimes more than others. Reading is actually a good barometer for how I am feeling. When things are good I have a voracious appetite for words. When things are bad...
I love all sorts of genres, but Fantasy catches my eye quite a bit.
Tamora Pierce is one of my favorite authors. I love her books.
The Throne of Glass series if really absorbing me right now, as is Wings of Fire.
They are there for me when I am down, when I'm angry, guilty, or really happy. I just grab whatever book fits my mood and curl up under my covers with my butterfly pillowpet (named flutter). Whenever I read, I forget the world around me and am transported to another world. It is...
for me. Reading a book for me is escaping my reality. With each new book, it's like there's a new fantasy world I'm living in. I have a guilty pleasure for steamy, intense reads and whenever I can indulge in it I always dream up some fantasy while reading. I love that I have a...
My imagination is so vivid that I find it hard to pull myself back to reality. The words make me feel things for each character. I cry, laugh, and go through life with them. I find it so easy to spend a whole day reading. I use it as an escape so I can block out reality. Words...
companions than a lot of people I know.
I'd rather be stuck in a library for a week than having to indulge le sisters in Kardashian (Cough) horror show (cough) marathons.
Damn. And then I wonder why people think I'm weird….
Credits to a woman who brought back the habit in me.
With her, we curled for hours.
Musing through the pages.
And kissing in between.
We sauntered the great events that took place in the author's brain.
And stirred by some new emotions for which we love to discover.
the Long Mars series by Terry Pratchett and Stephen Baxter and have started the last in Ken Follett's amazing trilogy about the 20th century called Edge of Eternity. The writing is so gripping it's really hard to put down. Highly recommended *****
if it was up to me I would read all day. It's nice to get lost in someone else's story for a while and for get about all the bullshit. There's nothing like a good rainy day snuggled in a chair with a fluffy blanket, and a cup of hot chocolate filled with marshmallows (just like...