20 Bookish Facts About Me

1: My favourite beverage to drink while I read is tea; milk and two sugars.

2: I can’t listen to audiobooks. I don’t know what it is, but I just tune out and have no idea what’s been said.

3: I find it really difficult to sleep without reading first. I need to tire my brain and eyes before I can sleep. Weird, I know.

4: Book series intimidate me. The commitment scares me, and there is so much to read. I don’t think I have ever read a full series before.

5: My favourite book in the entire world is and always will be Matilda by Roald Dahl. I just love it and everything about it.

6: I’ve never been able to go into a bookshop and leave without buying at least one book. No wonder I have no money.

7: When I was little, my friend and I wrote a book. It was about a monkey that was lonely and just wanted a banana, so he went on a trip through the jungle to find one. It was a masterpiece.

8: I refuse to go to the teen section of my library because it’s painfully dismal.

9: I update my Goodreads progress religiously and obsessively.

10: If I read a book I love, I can not and will not shut up about it. I become obsessed.

11: Physical books are infinitely better than e-books. I’ve been trying to read e-books for years now, but I just can’t.

12: Almost all characters I read about and imagine in my head have a heart-shaped face and I’m really not sure why.

13: I have to read in silence, or with very quiet, wordless music.

14: I’ve only not finished two books in my life: Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen and The Kill Order by James Dashner.

15: If they made a bookshop scented candle I would literally buy hundreds of them.

16: Reading about love at first sight makes me want to vomit. I find it unrealistic and boring to read about.

17: I’m obsessed with comics and graphic novels. Marvel is life.

18: One of my life goals is to have a room in my house dedicated to books. My own personal library.

19: I have very little self control over buying books.

20: My favourite place to read during the day is outside, in the sun.

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