DNF: Did Not Finish. I think most book bloggers have marked at least one book as DNF in their book blogging careers. In my two years (I think) of book blogging, I've marked only a couple of books as DNF, mostly because I feel obliged to finish reading them. When I started this blog, I promised to never DNF a book, but sometimes... well, some books just belong there.
You might think it's easy to DNF a book, but it's not. A lot of things go through my head when I DNF a book, and they aren't all easy.
First, I breathe a sigh of relief.
Thank God that's over.
Then I get guilty for giving up on that book.
I'M SO SORRY FOR PUTTING YOU DOWN, IT'S JUST.. IT'S SO DIFFICULT. PLEASE DON'T HATE ME. PLEASE DON'T LOOK AT ME FROM THE BOOKSHELF!
But then I realize that I wasted so much time on that book.
Like, did I just spend that much time trying to read a book and trying to make myself love that book!?
Then I'm just like...
See you never!
I know it's harsh but trying to like a book is just so exhausting. Why do I have to go through it until the end when I can just put it down, right? RIGHT?