Every single person who is able to read and write, in whatever language, is a reader. By reader, I mean “someone who reads all the time.” Some may be reading this and think, “What is she talking about? I never read books.” Well, I’m not meaning just books: I mean reading anything. This includes reading online blogs, Instagram, Snapchat, Facebook comments, and stories across all three platforms. As a matter of fact, this also includes texts and even emails. Most teenagers who have phones are consistently reading text messages, Snapchats, Saraha comments from random strangers, and more. For most adults, a lot of it is emails, but depending on one’s occupation, one could read reports on computer screens, read documents on what’s wrong with a patient, and things of that sort.
Now you might be thinking, “Ahhhhhhhh, I get it!” Well, now you get it! There are plenty of people who say that they don’t like to read, and yet they don’t take the whole meaning of the word “read” into consideration. Maybe if someone said, “I don’t like to read books,” or even things like stories at school or online blogs, then that’s different.
Although there are also the people who actually like to read books. They can read entire books in one day, have a bookshelf overflowing with books and always have a book shoved in their face. One of those people would happen to be me. There is nothing that I love more (other than my family) than reading books.