I just bought 2 more books. One was “If Life is a Game, These are the Rules” by Cherie Carter-Scott, and the other was “A Separate Peace” by John Knowles. I am now thinking of giving the first book as a gift for my brother, who will be graduating from college next month, after reading it first. The second book was an “additional reading” in school from a long time ago. I never read it but my classmates back then mentioned it was a must-read book; so I bought it after x years.

But the thing is, I still have over a dozen unread books. Yep, more then twelve. Plus a couple more that I bought “for reference.” So why do I buy books when I still have untouched ones?

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