You know you’re a book addict when…
Your kids have ripped jeans and their shoes are too small but you have plenty of books on your e-reader.
It’s not unusual to find drool on your kindle in the morning.
If you totaled the amount you’ve spent on books in the last year, it’d be equal to or more than your mortgage payment.
Clicking the “buy now” button gives you a rush like a druggie getting their next fix.
Your e-reader gets more action than your partner.
Your kid’s first word was “kindle.”
You have a panic attack when your TBR pile gets low (by low I mean less than 20 books).
You catch yourself saying, “Oh that same thing happened to my friend Julie,” then freeze when you remember Julie is a fictional character in a book.
Your kids know if they touch mommy’s Nook her forehead gets all veiny.
You ask for gift cards (to Amazon, B&N, etc) for every holiday including your kid’s birthdays.
The countdown to a new release is more exciting than the countdown to the New Year.
You start reading a book then look up and realize it’s been hours and you’ve forgotten to cook dinner for your family. Oh and you’re still wearing your pajamas and haven’t peed all day.
Your e-reader is like your Mastercard – it’s everywhere you want to be.
You justify a new book purchase with excuses like “It’s on sale!” “I had a bad day!” and “It’s Tuesday.”
You can stop anytime. No really, you can.