Turning Pages.

Multiply.

Ever since I was a little girl, I loved to read. I love getting lost in the pages, seeking the adventure between the margins and devouring tales of warriors, wizards, and wanderlust. Especially with the Harry Potter series, I became a lost cause when those books were new and in my hand. Whether it was reading in the national parks on family vacation, or curling up in a chair by the window – I was too busy turning pages. When the reader cannot stop turning the pages is what cropped-photo-11.jpgmakes the book a good book by my standards. I have many good books on my shelves in which I have gotten lost. Books are beautiful.

Turning the pages is a bittersweet process. I am so enraptured with what is about to happen next, I desire to delve deeper into the story, to the character’s struggle and so on, but I…

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