#1. Having too many books and not enough shelves.
You’ve become a master at making shelves out of empty spaces.
#2. Having too many books and not enough time.
You feel bad for all the books you bought that are just gathering dust.
#3. Not judging a book by its cover, therefore wanting to buy every single book you see in a store.
You know you already have many unread books, but you can’t stop helping yourself to picking up just a few more.
#4. Not making plans for the weekend for the sole purpose of finishing a book.
Because there’s nothing like a quiet night in with a book to curl up with.
#5. Getting asked what your favourite book is.
Even Sophie had easier options.
#6. Knowing that reading a book in public is basically a ‘Do Not Disturb’ sign.
And anyone who tries to talk to you is just rude.
#7. Immediately being disinterested in someone who says they don’t read.
“Don’t you love yourself?”
#8. Or immediately being interested in someone who says they love to read.
Mmmm. Talk imaginative to me.
#9. Hating anyone who spoils endings for you.
How. Dare. You.
#10. Always having a book in your bag, in case of emergencies.
Because you never know, y’know?
#11. Pressing a book against your chest after finishing it because the entire story was just too perfect.
Sigh. It was good while it lasted.
#12. When a book you absolutely love gets a bad review.
“It’s okay, I still love you.”
#13. Being in love with fictional characters.
“HOW ARE YOU DOING THIS TO ME?! YOU’RE NOT EVEN REAL!!”
#14. Not knowing what to do with your life when an author takes too long to publish their next book while mid-series.
This is cruel, unusual punishment.
#15. Making sure your books are all in good condition.
It’s just being responsible is all.
#16. People assuming you’re anti-social because you’re always reading.
“Can I live?”
#17. Not noticing how much time has passed because you’ve been reading.
That’s how you know when a book is really good.
#18. When someone asks you how you’ve been, it can only go one way.
Yep. That pretty much sums it up.