by Anne Bogel
Publication Date: September 15, 2018
Genre: Books and Reading, Essays, Non-fiction
Publisher: Baker Books
So, I ended up finishing How About Never? Is Never Good for You? entirely too quickly last night and needed something else to read while waiting for sleep to claim me. The bookshelf right next to my bed held this slim little tome and it felt just right.
And it was. A slim volume of 21 essays about books, reading books, owning books, borrowing books, and becoming the books you read. Each one well written and thoughtful, touching on subjects that any dedicated reader has faced before, be it library fines or a dearth of bookshelves and the space to keep them.
It was a pleasant, relaxing read that reminded me that slump or not, I’m a book nerd and will always, always be a reader.