Bookish Pet Peeves

Today I want to share with you some things that really irk my nerves when reading. Some things just get to me in a book, and here are some examples:
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Not having chapter numbers I don’t really have a valid explanation as to why this gets to me, but it does. Sometimes I get motivation to finish a book by calculating how many chapters I have left based on how many chapters there are total. I CAN’T DO THAT WITHOUT CHAPTER NUMBERS!!
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Not naming the POV’s- If your book has multiple points of view… PLEASE LABEL THEM. I hate having to figure out whose chapters I’m reading. If you don’t make it insanely obvious, please assume I don’t know who is who, okay?
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Dog-eared pages- This one is pretty self-explanitory. I like to keep my books very pristine and in tip-top shape, so don’t go around messing up the corners of my pages. Unless you want a very angry Madi Monster on your hands 😊.
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Bent paperback covers- Most of the time after I read a paperback, the front cover won’t lay flat. That really bothers me because, like I said, I keep my books in flawless condition. I usually have to keep the cover under another, heavier, hardback book to flatten it again.
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Let me know if any of these things bother you. Or comment with your own pet peeves!

6 thoughts on “Bookish Pet Peeves

  1. I pretty much agree with all of these! Specially the Chapter Numbers. I have a 2 year old that loves looking at Chapter Numbers so it gets quite stressful when there aren't any to show her, haha!

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