orriculum:

theboywhoreadsbooks:

Not all bookworms read classics.

Not all bookworms read YA.

Not all bookworms buy books every week.

Not all bookworms buy books every month.

Not all bookworms read every day.

Not all bookworms read every week.

Did you notice i still kept calling them bookworms?

was there a gatekeeping complex somewhere in booklr that i was unaware of

is some one actively oppressing bookworms

Trouble rather the tiger in his lair than the sage amongst his books. For to you the Kingdoms and their armies are things mighty and enduring, but to him they are but toys of the moment, to be overturned by the flicking of a finger.

Gordon R. Dickson, The Tactics of Mistake

I was just browsing some random blogs and one had a post on “how to become a better writer”. (It’s not a blog about writing.) One item on the bullet list was “Read”.

The blogger said that this is very important, he considers reading a part of his job and always makes time for it, blah blah.

He says he reads 25 books a year.

Oh my sweet summer child.