|COLOR ME SHOCKED|
|I can't lose my best friends......books.|
When you put each one of those books down to 'read later' after not even making it fifty pages or more and pick up another just to do the same
When you find yourself at the crossroads of 'should I even keep updating my 'currently reading' tab or not', because you've dnf'd so many books that it's
When you open goodreads, and find out that you just now made it to the halfway mark on your goodreads challenge for the entire year, you know you have a problem.
Reading has become a chore to me now. THANKS AMAZING BOOKS! LOOK WHAT YOU'VE DONE TO ME! Ha. Just kidding (
|What happened to the days of just randomly picking GREAT books?|
I'm grasping for things to do to fix the undeniably WORST CASE SCENARIO EVER (for a literary chick who does nothing with her life except bookish things). I've even started contemplating re-reading other incredible books, which is something that I never ever ever do. What is wrong with me?! How could I even contemplate that when I have literally hundreds (
Help! I've legitimately fallen into a reading hole, and I can't find my way out. What should I do? Keep trying other books in hopes that I'll finally find one that clicks? Have I reached that point in my life where I can't keep reading the same book until I finish it? Am I the only one going through this? I feel like I'm having a reader mid-life crisis or something, and I have no earthly idea how to fix it.
So until I find a solution to my ever-growing search for 'The One' (
But when I do find 'The One', I'm sure my reaction will be a little something like this...
|(Obvi I'm Clarke and the book is Bellamy)|
Have you ever been through this? What did you do to overcome your reading slump? HELP ME! I need to find a new Bellamy (aka book, b/c the real Bellamy is just fine, if you know what I mean and if you don't then you obviously need to watch The 100 STAT. I COMMAND IT!)