I love books.
I’ve been reading for more than 15 years, and I don’t regret it.
The joys of reading have always been the same: I can imagine my favorite characters and their stories and then just read them.
I love the idea of reading a book for the first time.
Books give me that experience of seeing another person’s world for the very first time, and that’s what I love most about books.
But the joy is not the same for everyone.
A lot of people like to read.
I’m not one of them.
I don’t like the idea that you can’t read a book because it’s not good.
If you want to read a good book, read something good.
I don’s not hate the idea.
It is not a good idea.
Not reading books is a privilege.
If I’m going to get up in the morning and read a great book, I want to be able to sit down with the book and talk about it with someone.
But the joy of reading comes from the way it connects us.
Reading makes us better people.
Reading connects us with each other, which is the most powerful thing we can do.
Books make us better writers, more creative people, more people who are capable of caring about the world and each other.
Books are the greatest gift I have ever received.
The only thing I wish I had would be more of a challenge is being able to read to people.