WHEN I GET SO INTO MY BOOK I’M HALF AN HOUR LATE FOR SOMETHING IMPORTANT
WHEN SINGLE FATHERS HIT ON ME WHILE I’M WORKING THE CHILDREN’S SECTION
ME TRYING TO MAKE NEW FRIENDS
WHEN A WRITER HAS NO SENSE OF SUBTLETY
WHEN MY BOOK LIGHT BATTERY DIES
Where I live libraries are rare things, and I prefer reading in English so it's even rarer. Bookstores are not that rare, but they're very expensive. The first day I went to a book-off store though? I spent 100 dollars in less than 2 hours.
Uhhhhh, online retailers? Where do you live? I have no idea what to suggest. Followers? Ideas?
To be quite honest, if it wasn't for the fact I'm like, super broke I would be buying actual paper books all the time. Nothing beats the feel of paper in your hands and the SMELL. It's a very unique experience and I want it forever.
Well, that’s the beautiful thing about paper books. Once you buy one, you own it forever. And used books have become incredibly cheap, so there’s that. And there are libraries. There are ways.