Weekly Photo Challenge: Comfort 2

I am a sucker for romance, and happily ever after stories. When I am feeling really low, I turn to my clean Mills and Boons collection of carefully picked romance novels. I can feel you roll your eyes, I mean yes, all stories have a standard storyline, but it restores my faith that when it ends everybody gets what they want, and the story ends positively. When I am in my senses, and want to read something breezy, yet intelligent, I turn to Perry Mason. I discovered my love for reading thanks to Erle Stanley Gardener, and at every book sale I have to buy at least one of the collection. Sadly that I’m not always that successful every time!

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  1. SandySays1 says:

    My human says “Readers are thinkers” and those who read Gardner’s and similar works certainly typify this. He writes that way for he says those who want mindless action can visit their nearest movie theater and watch the explosions. Be glad you’re one of the thinkers!
    Sandy

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    1. Kamakshi says:

      Thanks sandy, glad we share same reading interests!

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  2. frizztext says:

    time for reading is luxury…

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    1. Kamakshi says:

      sure is frizz… and its a blissful luxury to indulge in!

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  3. Touch2Touch says:

    I read cozy mystery stories like you read romances, for mindless pleasure. Less fattening than candy 😉
    How’s this for a line: “Fiction is what life aspires to be.”
    I don’t know if I really think it’s true — but it sure sounds good!

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    1. Kamakshi says:

      I believe it, but partially, i mean If i look back at some of the things I’ve read (I love horror stories), I’d rather not wish it comes true 😉

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  4. Caroline says:

    My comfort was reading and the library. There is something special about letting a book take you away

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    1. Kamakshi says:

      So true…I have a reading corner in my house just to bring back those old times:) Blissful day, thanks from reminding me of them Caroline 🙂

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    1. Kamakshi says:

      Thank you Sophie, feel free to borrow any thing you like!

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