Organized Dedication...

For a while now, I have had the urge to read something factual. I was first inspired by reading ‘A Series of Unfortunate Events - Lemony Snickett’, then by writing about the benefits of books within an essay and finally by reading one of my brother’s blogs. Don’t get me wrong, I absolutely love reading fantasy fiction but I have so many at the moment that I am studying to read, it just kind of made me decide that I ought to start my reading fixation by studying books that are more meaningful and intellectual. Books are such an amazing creation and I feel you can gain a lot of knowledge from them but I haven’t really been motivated to keep it up due to being tired of reading and writing during college. Since I have left, I have become so curious and interested in the whole world and everything in it, it has convinced me to carry on learning through the invention of books; whoever came up with the idea purely is a genius. I’m surrounded by so many people who know so much and I feel left out and have been inspired to discover more. I want to have more things to discuss and the ability to use more intellectual words in sentence. I know I’m capable of gathering knowledge and maintaining memories so I’m determined to do so through the means of reading. There’s so much to learn though and life’s too short; I may have to dedicate myself to finishing a minimum of one book a week if I want to get anywhere near to achieving my book fest mission. Luckily for me, my brother virtually owns a library in his room so I have lots of choice and easy access. My book journey has begun with ‘The Diary of a Young Girl’ by Anne Frank.

Vikz4913 Vikz4913
26-30, F
1 Response Jul 21, 2010

I am required to read the factual stuff for school,<br />
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so I spend the rest of my reading time polishing off sci - fi and Fantasy. I need an escape, not a depressing account of someone else's life.<br />
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But I understand where you're coming from and more power to ya :D