Stephanie, call me Steff for short.
I am 21, proud of it too.
I am now having the time of my life with the best people in the world, my psychology family, my Cheeeps and of course my boyfriend.
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What does it take to be a bookworm?
Clearly, some people mistaken themselves as bookworms just because they read books that are enough to stress their brains out and indulge their imaginations into it.
Well, I say it is very wrong to claim if you don’t even know what really a bookworm is and what does it take to be worthy of being one.
Here are some insights about it:
—Bookworm /buk-werm/; (1) a person devoted to reading (2) a person who loves reading. (3) larva of a wood-boring beetle that feeds on the paper and glue in books.
Bookworms are people who couldn’t live without the books. They live with it, eat with it, sleep with it, take shower with it, dream with it and whatever we humans do in our everyday lives. Simply saying that books are their best friends and part of their lives.
Bookworms have vast vocabulary so don’t ever start an argument with them if you don’t want your nose to bleed. They are walking dictionaries.
Bookworms are intelligent people. By intelligent people I don’t mean that they are nerds. If you think of that way then think again.
So what does it take to become one?
Want to start reading? I’ll give you some good books I have read:
To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee
The Catcher In The Rye by J.D Salinger
Little Women by Louisa May Alcott
Moby Dick by Herman Melville
Tuesdays With Morrie by Mitch Albom
The Five People You Meet In Heaven by Mitch Albom
The Devil and Miss Prym by Paulo Coelho
Like The Flowing River by Paulo Coelho
Macbeth by William Shakespeare (This one needs a lot of a patience, but good story)
Mythology by Edith Hamilton (favorite of all time)
Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
—Sure you can add more from this list because books are everywhere so go on explore and let your imagination do the work :)