Current giveaway: “Flight of the Goose” by Lesley Thomas
So anyone who has been in my car knows that it is super messy. In my defense, usually I’m the only one in it. If I have to drive someone somewhere I just throw whatever is in the front seat into the back seat. So it makes sense that the stuff back there would pile up…. Okay it really needs to be cleaned out lol. That brings me to the subject of this post. I started to clean out the back seat and as I did it, I realized that I had quite a lot of books back there. They just kept piling up! When I had them altogether I counted them. Guess how many? 17. That’s not an exaggeration! I had 17 books in the back seat of my car.
Some were fiction, some nonfiction, some biographies, some textbooks. Basically tons of different kinds of books. All of which I had started at one point or another. Since I read so many and I’m constantly buying new ones, it is very easy for me to move onto another book (or two or three) if the first one doesn’t immediately capture me or leave a lasting impression.
So my question is: how many books should you have in your car? For all you book readers out there, I’m sure you understand the necessity of having a book in your car. But how many is too many? Clearly in my case, my 17 are not necessary. But how many should the average reader have?
Missed my last post? It was: REVIEW: “THE AGENCY” BY ALLY O’BRIEN