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  • Ashley Webb

    Love that feeling. The only thing better, is the excitement and anticipation that I feel when I have TWO really good books to read and I can't decide which one to choose. Yes, I'm a nerd. I've been told.

  • Bibi Swan

    *The only kind of book worth reading.* My favorite moment is when I laugh out lout while reading a book :))

  • Betsy Varner

    Bookfession 683: Reading books can help you vent your feelings.

  • Rebecca Quinn

    So true! It's the best feeling ever!

  • Denise Gaza Robles

    That feeling can only be brought by an amazing story. Self-confessed bookworm. 😁

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I'm not against Kindles at all, but I suspect I'll always prefer paper books. Holding them, flipping the pages, smelling them, feeling the paper, everything.

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If everybody would read the world would be a better place :) the only cure for ignorance

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580. When you read a book and the character has a dialect, so in your head, you speak with that dialect too.

  • Abby LaFevers

    You read the dialect (and this applies to use of colloquials and vocabulary) and you could say that you hear the accent in your head...but both work. Example: The Scottish dialect would be a form of English that is heavily accented and uses differing terms for lakes (i.e loch). In this context it is used correctly.

  • Caroline Papachriston

    and then someone asks you a question when you're reading and you answer them in said accent/dialect... :)

  • Francesca Thomas

    I find that a strongly written accent slows down my reading.... And NO I do not read the Outlander Books.

  • Kristina Kruger Smith

    di·a·lect noun, often attributive \ˈdī-ə-ˌlekt\ : a form of a language that is spoken in a particular area and that uses some of its own words, grammar, and pronunciations (from Merriam-Webster online dictionary)...just saying

  • Erin

    I said something a character in the book said the other day. I was like "Wait, someone in my book JUST SAID THAT!"

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Thanks to Mom for my love of reading and my first reading list!

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