I'm always shocked when I ask someone if they read and they say no and explain to me that they think books are 'boring' or that they haven't got the time to get lost inside someone else's thoughts. I would say to them that they haven't found the right genre of book for them yet and that you can always make time for a story. I carry around a book or my Kindle with me in my handbag as a given, snatching a few pages on my break at work, on the bus, waiting for a doctor's appointment, anywhere that I have to just stop for 5 minutes or more is devoted to reading.
I admit that I have an addiction to buying books, and that since I've finished University it's got a whole lot worse because I simply have more time on my hands now. My most recent discovery for cheaper books is Tesco, they often have 3 for £5 on certain paperbacks, or 2 for £7 on more recently published paperbacks. I even managed to score a bit of chick lit that's just been published for £1.95 last week, bargain.
So this post is just a bit of literature admin to say keep your eyes peeled for my August reads at the end of the month. I'm of the belief that you can literally read yourself happy, try it sometime :)
Are you a fellow bookworm?
Tell me your favourite book, I'm always eager to find more!