Divergent, Hunger Games, The Maze Runner, Harry Potter, and these are just the books. Don't even get me started on tv shows.
✓ 7 Ways To Get Over Fictional Characters: You don't. You won't. You can't. You really won't. You just can't. It's impossible.
I just finished Divergent. I can't explain how that book ruined me. Then bring those feels back to life and do it again. It hurts more than that
It's so true if you are either an otaku or just someone who really loves anime there is no way to get over a fictional character<<<<<excuse you, you forgot book lovers and tv show lovers and movie lovers, we're all obsessed together so don't forget that
I am suffering from readers block at this moment. can't read to Dave my life and it's horrible
Sometimes I get 'readers-block' like I can't read anything to save my life, I'll start 10 books and stop each after seven pages because all I'll want is to already have read that book and not actually read it and I won't be able to focus at all
Readers block comes on like described, but is cured by rereading old favorites until a favorite author puts out a new book.
Well lets not forget about the male fanboys, too! <<< sigh, you see, this particular pin is talking about fanGIRLS. So to find fanBOYS, you must st finds something not talking about specifically fanGIRLS
This is the perfect description of me. Besides the harmless bit. Definitely the important-book-part bit
Fangirls are generally peaceful, unless you provoke their favorite book/show/movie, or their favorite couple (aka ship). If you have provoked either, or both, child: run.
It should mention that if someone insults a fangirls OTP she will defend her OTP fiercely and insult the offender with inside jokes from her fandoms. <<it also forgot anime fangirls
Here's where she meets Prince Charming! But she won't discover that it's him till chapter three! <<<< this quote Belle represents us book lovers so perfectly yet another reason she has always been my favorite
Do you ever open your book at like 9 and decide youll read for a few minutes then all of a sudden its 2 am and your eyes are burning like you used hot sauce as eye drops and then you think youre only a 100 pages or so from the end so sleep is for the weak
This is so inspirational and should be a thing for non-fictional humans too. <<< Everyone is perfectly flawed and broken in their own way. Maybe real life people are so hard is because we can't see that side of them.
Sometimes when I'm reading a book and I think the characters are in a room but then I read the next paragraph and they are sitting in a tree in Alabama and I need to change the whole scenario in my head