Tuesday, January 1, 2013

Books! The Best Weapons In The World.

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All of my life I have been an incurable bookworm. I would devour any book that I could get my hands on, and frequently I would get in trouble for staying up all night because I had to read just one more page. These past few years, for whatever reason, I've very nearly stopped reading. I continue to buy more and more books, and I start most of them, but the last book that I was able to finish entirely was Fifty Shades of Grey--not exactly my proudest moment, let me tell you. 

I want this year to be different. I want to lose myself in books again; I want to be immersed in different times and places. I miss falling in love with fictional characters

This is the first part of my reading list, a digital library neatly organized in iBooks; the second half of my reading list is scattered around my condo in haphazard stacks of paperbacks and hardcover books. This year, I am going to rediscover my love for reading books--and praying that I don't end up hate-reading horrible books again. {There might be a few trashy novels in the summer because that's what summer is for!}

What is your number one goal for 2013?


Melbourne on my Mind said...

Allow me to recommend joining Goodreads. It's really awesome to be able to see what others have thought of a particular book before you pay money for it. Especially if your friends (blog or otherwise) have it too - then you can get opinions from people with similar taste in books!! WIN.

Ley said...

I have used Goodreads before, but not really to its full potential. I might have to rediscover it's awesome, though, because so far I've already chosen one HORRIBLE book that I can't even make myself finish. I hate when that happens!

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