14 People Who May Love Books More Than You Do

Loving books is not a competition. There’s no such thing as a bookworm grand prix. But then again, it’s hard not to notice that some people are bigger bookworms than others or are expressing their love of books in ways that other people might find a little bit too out there. From creating elaborate reading corners and having tattoos of books to building bookshelves that spell “worm” and simply having a lot of books on a to-read list, people celebrate their love of books in many different, creative ways. We’ve found fourteen people from all around the Internet whose love of books might inspire you to add some oomph to your bookishness.

1 Line your walls with book-themed wallpapers!

This is what I'm currently reading. It is really good so far and I'm at page 151. I really want to find out what happens! #bookstagram #bookworm #books #book #read #reader #reading

A photo posted by @leavemewithbooks on

2Do you have so many books you can’t even tell how many books you have?

3When bookishness is your number one criterion for picking a soulmate.

I just want someone who's willing to spend hours with me in a bookstore and is willing to put up with me fangirling over books & comics help

— angelica (@PixelatedAngel_) August 7, 2016

4Admit it, you like that bookshelf.

5The perfect hiding spot.

6Like you never wanted to take a whole bookstore home with you.

7Get them while they’re young!

Future Bookworm Onsie

Customize in 188 styles and/or colors! https://t.co/rpsK0uWbE3 #ihsnet #homeschool pic.twitter.com/YR2j4RqVSP

— iHomeschool Network (@iHomeschoolNet) August 7, 2016

8The importance of being honest with oneself.

Am I a sensible bookworm who collects #books calmly and doesn't overwhelm self?


But do I try to be?!?!?!

Also no.#bookwormproblems

— Cait (@PaperFury) August 4, 2016

9If left untreated, to-read piles will grow to be three bookshelves large.

I remember when my tbr pile only consisted of 3 books and not 3 shelves ??✨

A photo posted by Audrey (@audreysbooknook) on

10DIY + being a bookworm = a great bookshelf.

11Do you measure the amount of books you have by how close you are to arranging them into a heart?

A WORK IN PROGRESS #bookstagram pic.twitter.com/AeMcAJ5XWf

— An/jill/ica Schuyler (@booknerd_jill) August 5, 2016

12Planning will get you a long way in life. It doesn’t hurt your bibliophilic ambitions, either.

13The point where you can teach others how to be a bookworm. Spreading the joy!

Comment from discussion Any tips on becoming a bookworm?.

14Just so you can carry some books with you always.

Are you a bibliophile? Show us your love by commenting and sharing your photos with us on social media. Remember to tag your post with #BookLove.


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