For Bookworms

I know that penable is all about putting pen to paper, but books are important too. This page is specially made for all the Bookworms out there!

Click here for some of my top tips for writing a book review!

What do you do when you get a new book? Savour each word or read the end by ‘accident’? Take our fun poll!

FUN FACT! There’s a special word for loving the smell of old books! It’s called β€œBibliosmia”.

Book reviews:

INTERESTING… The longest sentence ever printed is 823 words in Victor Hugo’s Les Miserables

DID YOU KNOW… Up to 50 books can be made from 1 tree.

FUN FACT! There Are 129,864,880 Books in the world!

DID YOU KNOW… Roald Dahl invented over 250 new words and there’s even an official Oxford Roald Dahl dictionary!

Book Club!

Leave a comment down below, recommend books, tell awesome facts and chat with fellow Bookworms!

23 thoughts on “For Bookworms

  1. Currently I am re reading the Percy Jackson series and the Trials of Apollo so in order to remember everything once again for the 5th book of Trials of Apollo, what are you reading currently, Pheonix?

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  2. Awesome page, Phoenix! I am currently re-reading Artichoke Hearts and I’m also reading Percy Jackson and the Lightening Thief. I am planning on reading ‘Gitanjali’ by Rabindranath Tagore as well. What about you?

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  3. Oh yes, it’s very good.
    I’m currently on a John Grisham streak. The Firm, The Confession and The King of Torts are sure to keep you on the edge of your seat! John Grisham’s ‘The Confession’ questions the moral fabric of the society. It also pairs well with ‘To kill a mockingbird’.
    Happy Reading πŸ™‚

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  4. Awesome! A few weeks ago I loved reading the Irish comedy/romance ‘The Dowry’ by Walter Keady, which I reviewed on my blog. πŸ™‚
    A bookish fact I thought was cool is that Jane Austen published some of her work under the pen name “A Lady”! I also read that she published her books through her brother Henry because she knew she’d have a better chance of getting published through his submission of her work.

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