I just can't help it. It's just too easy. It's not my fault- there are just too many temptations all around me. Why confine myself to one set of pages when I can so easily move on to another more exciting?
...by now you may have guessed that I'm talking about books.
Really, though. This is a serious problem, and one that should garner more support. I can't be the only one who finds it difficult to read one book at a time. There are just so many exciting ones out there that I can't wait to read! I can't help it if, sometimes,
And it's not only books, either. I also cheat on:
- healthy eating (okay. It's Easter. If you haven't eaten too much chocolate, I will be both impressed and tempted to slap you)
- fashion (aka yes, I wear sweatpants in public sometimes... -hides in shame-)
- my favourite shows (I can never decide which one I prefer. They must all feel so slighted)
The worst part, though, is that I sometimes cheat on...writing?
How does this work, you might ask? How can you 'cheat on' an activity? It has no emotions... well, that's as may be. As anyone who has ever enjoyed a novel will tell you, books are very real indeed, and when you're actually beginning to write one, this problem (and oh yes it is a problem- there are voices in my head. No wonder writers are frequently considered mad... we have borderline multiple personality disorder) is magnified. When there are so many delectable new situations to write about, how can I pick just one? When my muse abandons me (probably to go eat chocolate. It is in my head, after all) is it so wrong to go explore a new story?
...judging by the piles of paper everywhere in my room, all relating to different storylines, I'd say yes.
What are some things you cheat on?
Oh, and to continue the literary mood, here's my current favourite song! (I might soon dump it, but for the moment we are deeply in love.)
Happy Easter, blog ninjas!