Sunday, September 16, 2012

Blogspiration #8

Blogspiration is a weekly book meme hosted by Kristin @ Growing Up YA and Sarah @ Saz101. This meme was created to share with our fellow readers a quote/picture/video that inspire's us...

Ok, really not sure how this 'inspire's' me.... But just go with it.
Please tell me I'm not the only one?! I think this is completely sane! I mean, I often cry in books. The characters don't actually have to die for me to cry though. I'll just be crying left right and centre. This is why I can't read in public... AWKWARDDDD!

Happy reading! 
- Amy


  1. YES. YES. YES.

    This is so true! Sometimes I might be reading in the living room but if I know something bad is going to happen, someone's going to die or the end is near and I know it's going to be BAM full of emotion, I go lock myself in my room.

    Oh, the amounts of tissues I've used reading...

    I posted my Blogspiration this morning and whilst it isn't exactly inspiring, it's fun and just something I wanted to share. Don't worry, I don't think Sarah and Kristin will mind! ;)

    Also, I don't know if you know but you have captcha on, which can be annoying every time someone wants to comment. If you want any help removing it, tweet me. ♥

  2. Same problem here! Also the reason why I can't watch movies or tv shows with anyone :S
    Or sometimes even listen to music. Am I a crybaby or what? :D
    And it doesn't matter if it's really that emotional scene, I still might end up crying. Embarrassing. *sigh*

    Monaliz @ Mind Reading?

  3. You're definitely not the only one!!! I agree with Monaliz, that's one of the reasons why I don't like watching movies with other people. AWKWARD! And it's the same with books. They don't have to die for me to get really emotional. So embarrassing!

  4. Oh! When Sirius died in Harry Potter, I just sat in the middle of my lounge room, family all around me, and let out the worst ugly-cry of my life. No one could understand it. But memes like this are a reminder that there are people out there who do understand. I'm not alone, and that's inspiring.

  5. Crying in public over a book is totally awkward! I like reading on the train, but never sad books. Also not too funny books, because sometimes I just can't stop laughing, and then people start staring at me...not my favorite moments.

  6. This. Every. Single. Time.
    Ficitional characters become our friends and then when they're ripped away from us, it's like our soul is coming loss. How could we not shed a tear or too?
    There have been many fictional deaths I have read where I actually had to STOP reading the book for a while :-(
    But that's what makes reading so great and it is when you know with certainty that you have picked up a damn great one.

  7. Ahahaah! Amy, YES! And you know, it's kind of inspiring in that it... you know, inspires us all to laugh together? I LOVE IT.

    Seriously. EVERY time.

    Fred :((((((

  8. Hahahaha...OMG, I KNOW! I take my reading VERY seriously and these characters are REAL in my mind. And while I am not one for crying over books I DO tend to laugh hysterically. People tend to look at me funny when I am on the train or bus :/


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