I should be writing my list of favourite books I read this year, which I promised in my last post. Sadly, I find that my brain has shut down for the evening. We are finally ready for Christmas - more or less, all the wrapping still awaits, and I'm about to watch A Christmas Carol (Alistair Sims version) with my daughter. I love the creepy effects.
In the meantime, I thought I would give you this link to a wonderful post on why it's good to date a girl who reads, here. I have to thank Terri Windling for the original link, it was on her post a few days ago. I wish I had had this post to read when I was younger. It would have saved me when all those people rolled their eyes at me when I said I like to read. Or who asked what I was reading and yawned as soon as I showed them my book. I have never been ashamed of reading, good heavens no! It's others who have turned away from me because I read, that startled me. I have often felt alone in my reading habits, especially as a teenager and young adult, before I began working in bookstores and discovered there was a whole world of readers out there, book lovers like me. Now I find through here that there are so many of us who love the pages and bindings and words as much as I do. How many of you had your own library card when you were twelve? How did the writer of that post know that I did?
May you find a book you've always wanted to read, under YOUR tree this year, my Gentle Readers!!! And remember: it's easy to buy gifts for girls who read. All we want are books!