Birds fly. Dogs bark. Fire burns. I read. (Mostly mysteries.)
I love that thought. It's such a comfort, Cathy, isn't it?
It certainly is!
Yes, but then I remember that I won't have the time to read all the good books there are in the world -- even if I read all day and do nothing else. (sigh)
That doesn't bother me a bit. What WOULD bother me is if I had no more books to read and I were still going strong.
Oh, that will never happen. Look at all the books being published every year. I'm saving "best books of 2018" lists and I'm on overload just reading the lists and reviews. The TBR lists are impossible, but I keep adding to them. (And I'm copying down your best reads. I did read two of them and agree. But I'll copy more down.Thanks for your reviews, as I read a bunch of your recommendations in the winter when I needed fun, light books, and then "Her Kind of Case," and some other books.I sometimes think I could read book reviews all day, too.
Yes, I know what you're saying, but my brain went down a SciFi/Fahrenheit 451 kind of path. Literally. No. Books.
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