A hotly contested belief in the reading community is whether or not listening to an audiobook counts as having read the book. Is reading better? Or does the convenience of audiobooks outweigh the supposed losses?
The second part of a discussion on bookmarks and styles of bookmark-ing. Now: the unconventional stuff.
How do you bookmark? Let's look at the most traditional bookmarks: paper, laminated, and more!
They say that if you step on a crack, you break your mother’s back. But what about your book’s? Cracked spines are the topic of debate for many bibliophiles—where do you stand?
A term that I recently came across is “DNF” or “Did Not Finish” in reference to a novel or story that someone started reading but didn’t end up finishing. Have you ever DNF’d a book?
The answer may not be as obvious as you think it is. It certainly wasn’t to me when my professor asked our class this very same question.