I just want you here with me.
Late at night, we’ll get no sleep.
Hold me tight and pull me close.
Whisper something no one knows.
Share your secrets, she’d some skin.
When morning breaks, it all will end.
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Be #Happy 😊
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People who read are like cats— we live many lives. Although cats are limited to 9, (sorry kittens) and we who read live a thousand lives. Each life told in the stories we read. We know where they start, how they end up, who they are, what they want, what they despise, all of their fears, what they have done. We know of their family, we know of their friends, we know if they’re an old, lazy POS, or if they are kind, giving, hard-working people. We know everything about them, and learn more as the story goes on, just like we do in our own lives. It’s amazing. We start to connect to the characters, feel what they feel. When they get hurt, rejected, or fired; we feel hurt, rejected, or like we’ve been fired.
That’s why I love that quote by George R.R. Martin that I previously posted. A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies. A man who never reads lives just one. Because it is so on point.
When reading a book, I become so invested in every action a character takes, and everything that happens to them. I have read countless books, and every good book draws the same reaction from me. I can’t put the book down, and sometimes, if something tragic happens, or not how I want it to, it brings me to tears. The Fault in Our Stars by John Green is a good book. Definitely one of my top reads. Brought me to tears several times near the end. Not going to spoil anything for you, but if you haven’t read it, you should.
That’s how you know it’s a good book. A good author makes that his/her goal. To pull you in, to make it a I can’t put down this book it’s so good-BOOK. To keep you hooked, to make you feel one with the character. If you feel pain when the character does, if you are sad when the character is, if you rejoice when the character is—then the author has accomplished something very special.
So be a cat.
#CurrentlyRereading : I am the Messenger by Markus Zusak
Love this book, and you will too.