I read approximately 1/10 of the books I take home from the library.
I am possibly the worst mood reader on the planet.
Ever since childhood I have been totally incapable of reading a book I'm not in the mood to read. I'm constantly amazed by people who can make TBR lists and read them in order, or pick from a jar and just read whatever comes out. Just... how? Every single time I finish a book and need something new to read, I will stand in front of my bookshelves and stare - just stare - at everything on them. For a really long time. And then I'll go to my computer, look everything I'm thinking about reading on Goodreads, read a few reviews, go stare at my shelves some more, and then MAYBE I'll end up reading on of those. Or maybe I'll get something new for my Kindle. It's a curse.
I basically refuse to own paperback books.
I don't read that fast - I'm just listening to audiobooks most of the time.
I will almost never read a book that is over 500 pages.
Can you sympathize with any of these? What confessions are you a little embarrassed about?
Let me know in the comments!