Because I’m having writer’s block and thought I would post something really simple that mostly requires me to use only GIFs…..
When some people assume that you have no social life outside of reading books.
Or when non-readers just don’t understand the importance of books in your life.
Yea at times I even like them more than you, humans… 😉
When you’re the only one in your circle of friends who loves to read.
I need someone to fangirl with!
When someone asks you what your favorite book is and expecting you to pick just ONE book!!
Not having enough space for your books.
Or wanting to buy more books, but have no money.
Buying a book just because it has a pretty cover.
Though it’s not a guarantee you will enjoy the book. (and they’re not exactly cheap either!)
Or when you’re at a bookstore and you want to buy all the new releases but they are expensive.
So you have to weigh pros and cons for each book since you can probably only afford one or two out of the 20 something books you want!
When you can’t figure out what to read next because they all appeal to you.
I have this problem all the time, so I usually end up reading more than one book at a time.
When people try to talk/interrupt you while reading.
Please go away!
When people ask you if they can borrow your book.
Sorry not sorry….
The desperate urge to talk to strangers just because they are reading your favorite book.
I promise I’m not weird!
When you have start crushing on a fictional character and everyone else in real life seems to pale in comparison.
Please be real….
Or the worse thing happens and your favorite fictional character dies.
I’m looking at you Ms. Rowling, Ms. Roth,……….
When you watch the film/tv adaptation, and find out that you’ve been pronouncing a character’s name wrong the whole entire time you were reading.
Oh so it’s Toe-Bye-Us not Toe-Bee-Us…..SERIOUSLY I was pronouncing it wrong until the damn movie came out.
Making a literary reference and no one gets it.
When someone spoils the ending for you.
Waiting for the sequel
The moment of total sadness you experience when a book ends because you feel like you’ve just left a world you were completely consumed by.