Your Bookshelf is Comforting
You collect books because you love to read. You love stories, and you reread your favorites over and over again.
It's hard for you to pass up a book by your favorite author. Once you find a writer you love, you tend to read his or her whole catalog.
Your favorite books are full of engaging stories, relatable characters, and surprising plot twists. You like to be immersed in a story.
You read when you want to relax a bit or get away from the dreariness of life. Nothing renews you like a book.
You love books for what's in them, and you don't get too caught up in the apperances of your collection.
In fact, some of your favorite books are well worn, sentimental favorites. That's worth more to you than the latest shiny hardback.
The wait is finally over and Daniel Craig's final Bond film, No Time To Die, has been unleashed on the world a mere two years late. There's been a…
It's a month since my open water swim in France, and my JustGiving page has closed, with a final total of £1405 raised for Unicef. I had an…
So, I don't know if you've heard, but there's a new Bond film out this week. And people are pretty excited about it, perhaps because it's been…