Living With A Bookworm #1

Living with a bookworm. Expectation: person says 'Hey--' to comic-me who is reading surrounded by bookshelves and hisses 'SILENCE IN THE LIBRARY' at them. Reality: comic me gets a vibes, looks over sees other person reading, slithers along the ground, sneaks behind the couch, pops up yelling 'WHATCHA READING?'


But seriously, what are you reading? 

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19 thoughts on “Living With A Bookworm #1

  1. I have discovered Steven King, after years of refusing to have anything to do with him. I don’t like horror, but I’d heard that the covid situation was reminiscent of The Stand, so … It’s really good! Only occasionally gruesome, mainly a powerful story about well developed characters dealing with a frightening (and worryingly real) situation.

    1. I enjoyed The Stand! I read it a couple of years ago and particularly the beginning part with the flupocalypse. I’m not 100% I would find it quiiiiite as fun now (but then I did re-watch Contagion after the pandemic and enjoyed that, so who knows).

      1. I enjoy the vicarious rich person lifestyle fallen on hard times but still having servants and big houses in the country aspect. Kind of time travel. Plus appealign characters and always a little romance. I just finished The Swimming Pool, which I think is my favorite. I also like The Album.

      2. I also like the books of Mignon G. Eberhart. There is a series with Nurse Sarah Keating and then quite a few standalone mysteries. And then there is Christianna Brand, I recommend Green For Danger. I could go on and on, I love this type of book.

  2. Hahaha this is like me. Whenever I see people with books, I have a compulsion to find out what they’re reading. If it’s someone I know, I’ll ask. If it’s a stranger at a cafe/ on the bus/ wherever, I try to glance surreptitiously at their book.

    I’m currently still reading Albert Camus’ “The Plague” (pandemic-related reading seems really popular these days), and re-reading “The Hobbit” (to get a break from all things pandemic and real-life related!)

  3. Well that’s terrifying! Haha. FYI, The Clan of the Cave Bear by Jean M Auel. Unless the light in the bedroom is turned off early by a certain someone wanting to go to bed (who’d do that?) in which case I’m working through a HP Lovecraft anthology on my Kindle ;)

    1. I’ve heard of The Clan of the Cave Bear, but I have not read it myself. I do also have an anthology of Lovecraft I’ve mostly worked through. Sometimes mind-shattering weird is just the thing.

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