My Biggest Book Sin

Everyone in the reading community has one thing that they do that others frown upon. Whether it’s borrowing a book and not returning it or reading the last page first, everyone has a book sin.

My book sin is… dog-earing pages. But let me justify my reasoning and explain a little bit more. I only dog-ear paperback books. I feel like paperback books are meant to be loved and used. It’s impossible to keep a paperback pristine if you’re going to read it, they are just too easy to damage. The more worn a book is the more it has been loved, you should see my paperback copy of The Lord Of The Rings Trilogy, they have highlights and dog-ears galore. I know that the little bent edge of a page is a real pet peeve for most readers, but for me it’s just another sign of love.

What book sin are you guilty of? Let me know in the comments.

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Savannah Worman

My name is Savannah, you can call me Sav. I am a recent Oregon State graduate, Siletz tribal member, and aspiring book critic. Join me on this exploration of the literary world around us. You’re sure to find something you like. If you have any questions, concerns, or comments feel free to hit me up on the contact page! I live in the Pacific Northwest with my boyfriend, my Havanese/Aussie Shepard Stark, my Jack Russell/Shih Tzu Daenerys, and my son Finn.

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