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Being A Book Nerd
If you see someone wearing the same shoes as you: If you see someone reading the same book as you:
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Chapters ending in cliffhangers are the reason most of us don’t have a normal sleeping pattern. 
  • 1:Currently Reading
  • 2:Describe the last scene you read in as few words as possible. No character names or title.
  • 3:First book that had a major influence on you
  • 4:Quick, you're in desperate need of a fake name. What character name do you think of first?
  • 5:Favorite series and why
  • 6:Public library or personal library?
  • 7:What is the most important part of a book, in your opinion?
  • 8:Why are you reading the book you're currently reading?
  • ...
Slow books
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You start reading and daylight streams through your window. You raise your eyes from your book, after what it feels like 10 minutes and it’s night out. That’s how you know it’s a good book.