Life can always suck to the point of either committing suicide or killing someone. Come on, don’t lie and tell me you haven’t visualized anything like this. But my main point is that books change that visualisation to a dream of love and mystery. Keeping our nerd heads in the sky. So let allow me to elaborate on my point here.
Hello and welcome to my blog: Magical BookLush.
Today we are here to talk about the biggest difficulty teenagers like I have when we want to read books and REVIEW them. So let’s start, shall we??
The biggest and the most difficult problem is reading another genre of books that are thick and big and have questions too. Oh no, monsieur, you are misunderstanding me if you are thinking about novels because I am talking about TEXTBOOKS and that problem I am referring to is EXAMS.
I kept that heading in big format because that’s exactly what it deserves. I am so stuck in my life I actually visualized something hilarious.
Let me start from the start:
I have exams, this Thursday until next Thursday. I was revising my balance sheet (Commerce students can relate to my life😭) when I suddenly thought, “who the hell created this problem? Who is that man who ruined our life just to be recognized by the world?” And this man appeared on my google search engine.
Well, bravo! I visualized murdering him. I went to the extent of searching for his grave so that I can go there and strangulate his skeleton. His grave is in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The guy is resting in peace while we are getting torn into pieces.
Now you must be thinking, “oh why is she over exaggerating such a trivial matter?” It is so because one week before exams and that week during exams, we can’t read novels.
Everybody here relates to me when I say, novels are our life. When we are just sitting and studying on the table, the bookshelf calls us, it shows us some great books, those books that are in our TBR, those books that are waiting to be reviewed. They lure us to them and we can’t help it.
I am currently reading 1984 by George Orwell. I feel like that book is screaming at me just because I had to leave it midway. It hurts leaving your books on the shelf. It’s like a fight between novels and textbooks, future life and present love and unfortunately, textbooks are winning.
Books are something we all live in. We never want to get out of them and we can never get enough of them. When we are in those mind-bounding books, we love our lives. Everything seems easy, the reality changes, the life changes. We cry, laugh, sigh and shout but we still love it. That’s exactly what books mean to me.
My life consists of books. So being away from them is so hard for me.
This is to inform you that this Thursday up to next Thursday I won’t be online. There will be no blog. The reason is my exams. It’s my final term exams so I have to concentrate. Please wish me luck. I really need it. I might be online on Saturday. Maybe, I don’t know.
I wrote this down because, hello, my mirror image and I just wanted to let you know my feelings about books because we all feel like this when we have to separate from something we really love. I will miss you all.
So that’s it. See you soon with another crazy blog. By the way, this blog was a collab of BABBLE MOUTH SPEAK and MESSY BOOKWORMS.
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