Last time I visited Fresh Fiction we talked about the Stupid Things I Do for Excellent Books. In the spirit of Halloween, I’ll follow up with a similar confession regarding the ridiculous things I do because of my out-of-control sweet tooth. When I’m finished, I’ll tell you how to score a bunch of free books. Candy problems first. 1. I wait until the 31st to stock up . . . Experience shows that the earlier in the month I buy the Halloween candy, the more times I go to the store to replenish it. So now I save myself all those bags of calories and just shop at the last minute with the slackers. Or maybe I’m shopping with the replenishers. To read more about Rachel and her candy problem and to comment for a chance to win please click here. Visit FreshFiction.com to learn more about books and authors.
Great books sometimes make me do incredibly dumb things. I suspect I’m not alone here, so I’ll share my Good Book Offenses with you if you’ll share yours with me. It’s all about validating fellow book worms today. What stupid things have you done for the books you love? Here’s my list. 1. Stay up too late My most frequent Good Book Offense. Usually when this happens, I’m already sleep deprived from reading the same book too late the night before. I settle into bed with it again, earnestly committed to turn off the lights at 10:00. At 10:02 I decide that 10:30 is still a very respectable bed time. But the chapter I’m in when 10:30 rolls around has my willpower in a stranglehold. The cycle repeats an embarrassing number of times. I roll into work the next morning, virtually comatose, after a wild night reading about fake people. 2. Lie to my children Click to read the rest of Rachel’s blog and to leave a comment. Visit FreshFiction.com to learn more about books and authors.