13 Things An Adult Should Be Embarrassed to Read (Book Riot)

A little-known fact about me: I like to read. And when I say I like to read, I mean I like to read everything—everything, that is, except the news, because ugh, and ugh, and ugh.

I like to read fiction, and non-fiction, and poetry, and short stories, and sci-fi, and romance, and comic books. I like to read YA. I like to read listicles.

According to some people, certain kinds of writing are only fit for one audience, and everyone else should be embarrassed to find them appealing. I disagree—and thankfully, I’m not the only one. Here’s Book Riot with a list of 13 Things an Adult Should Actually Be Embarrassed to Read.

Because if you’re going to embarrass yourself, at least do it right.

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2 thoughts on “13 Things An Adult Should Be Embarrassed to Read (Book Riot)

  1. I’m not in full agreement with their point about reading a version of a book where there is a more current movie tie in version available. With a classic novel, whats wrong with reading an old version? If I’m reading it in public i don;t want people thinking I’m just reading it because its now a movie

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