My Weird Bookish Habits

I am a pretty weird reader and these are some pretty weird reading quirks. Don’t forget to comment if you do any of these things because I really don’t want to be alone.

  1. I need to read with music in the background (not when it’s an audiobook) unless it’s a classic.
  2. When I read classics I have to get the audiobook and the physical book so I can focus on the words.
  3. When I read, I mouth the words and make the facial expressions.
  4. I also do hand gestures.
  5. I always read the last sentence of the book because then it makes me want to read it more so I can now how we got there.
  6. Sometimes I read out loud if I want to bring out the theater side in me. I love acting and “preforming” a good book is a cute thing I love.
  7. In my head, the writing part of me corrects a writing style I don’t like.
  8. I can’t read fantasy books. I have to listen to the audio or it will bore me. Same with most book tropes and genres besides romance.
  9. In the margins, if a character does something dumb, I write a smartass response to them.
  10. I don’t care if I have a bookmark on me because I am really good at memorizing numbers and will just memorize the page I left off on.

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