What to do When You're Finish Those Books
My original plan was to review a book this week. But, I just can't. All weekend, I was consumed with anticipation. During this week, slowly late at night (after I finished my college work), I read this amazing book, experiencing giddy jitters the entire time. Now, I finished it and I am obsessed.
What to do now I finished an unforgettable book?
Should I forget about it?
Do I want to? No.
Do I need to? Probably.
I live with responsibilities.
Being a good friend, sister, and daughter.
Preparing for my future
and many more.
As do we all.
We all have to live.
But I also do not want it to disappear.
Yet, I need to stop thinking about it to concentrate on my life.
If anyone else experiences this feeling, this post is for you.
How I usually get over magnificent and mind-consuming books?
I think of another book to wait for.
This time I do not want to.
I want to appreciate the grand book I have,
as the others that leave the same feelings,
and move forward.
New catharsis ideas:
Talk to a friend. Already tried. Keep thinking about the book.
Write a blog post asking others opinions. Doing.
Write an email to the author about how much I loved the book. Hmm, I'll try that.
Find a person who read the book to chat about it with. Let the search begin.
Listening to music. Working a bit.
What I really want is a potion that makes me forget only what happened in each unforgettable book and start them again with fresh eyes and with delightful surprises again.
I want these books to continue to thrive without an ending.
Two selfish desires.
As usual, I want too much.