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How Obvious Is Your Love Of Books?

So you read a ton, cool. But can others tell that you're a bookworm and bibliophile? Check off all that apply to you for this past year.

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    Jordan Matter / Via pinterest.com
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    Bright Bold & Beautiful / Via brightboldbeautiful.com
    Have more than 2 books on your coffee table at home.
    Bright Bold & Beautiful / Via brightboldbeautiful.com
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    Pete Booth Magic Blog / Via peteboothmagicblog.wordpress.com
    Browsed a used bookstore.
    Pete Booth Magic Blog / Via peteboothmagicblog.wordpress.com
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    Redbubble / Via redbubble.com
    Wore a shirt related to books.
    Redbubble / Via redbubble.com
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    Amazon / Via amazon.com
    Wrote a book review on Amazon.com.
    Amazon / Via amazon.com
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    CafePress / Via cafepress.com
    Drove with a book-related bumper sticker on your car.
    CafePress / Via cafepress.com
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    Goodreads / Via goodreads.com
    Have an account at goodreads.com.
    Goodreads / Via goodreads.com
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    Underground NYPL / Via undergroundnewyorkpubliclibrary.com
    Read a book in a crowd of people.
    Underground NYPL / Via undergroundnewyorkpubliclibrary.com
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    Mashable / Via mashable.com
    Discussed a Book in a book club.
    Mashable / Via mashable.com
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    Unique Scoop / Via uniquescoop.com
    Read a book in a restaurant.
    Unique Scoop / Via uniquescoop.com
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    Oxford Brookes University / Via brookes.ac.uk
    Checked out a library book with a person (not via the self-checkout machine).
    Oxford Brookes University / Via brookes.ac.uk
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    Wikipedia / Via commons.wikimedia.org
    Asked a librarian something.
    Wikipedia / Via commons.wikimedia.org
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    Greene County Public Library / Via greenelibrary.info
    Librarian at your local public library knows you by name.
    Greene County Public Library / Via greenelibrary.info
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    Twitter / Via Twitter: @SpencerAlthouse
    Posted a book-related selfie online.
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    Barnes and Noble / Via barnesandnoble.com
    Went out with a tote bag from a bookstore.
    Barnes and Noble / Via barnesandnoble.com
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    heikojulianhuggingthings / Via heikojulienhuggingthings.tumblr.com
    Had your pic taken at a literary monument.
    heikojulianhuggingthings / Via heikojulienhuggingthings.tumblr.com
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    Pinterest / Via pinterest.com
    Showed off a bookish tattoo.
    Pinterest / Via pinterest.com
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    Amazon / Via amazon.com
    Used a bookish mug around other people.
    Amazon / Via amazon.com
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    Powell's / Via Twitter: @Powells
    Lent a book to someone.
    Powell's / Via Twitter: @Powells
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    Secret Safe Books / Via Facebook: SecretSafeBooks
    Drove with a book-related vanity plate.
    Secret Safe Books / Via Facebook: SecretSafeBooks
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    Amazon / Via amazon.com
    Played a book-related game with others.
    Amazon / Via amazon.com
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    LOC / Via loc.gov
    Went about with a tote from a library.
    LOC / Via loc.gov
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    Carters of Suffolk / Via etsy.com
    Have on display in your kitchen some book-lover item (other than cookbooks).
    Carters of Suffolk / Via etsy.com
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    Gone Reading / Via gonereading.com[grouped]/2/
    Displayed a bookish decal on your car.
    Gone Reading / Via gonereading.com[grouped]/2/
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    Faking a Living / Via fakingaliving.com
    Talked to a stranger about a book.
    Faking a Living / Via fakingaliving.com
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    Telegraph UK / Via telegraph.co.uk
    Read book outdoors.
    Telegraph UK / Via telegraph.co.uk
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    the nest / Via woman.thenest.com
    Bought book from brick and mortar used bookstore.
    the nest / Via woman.thenest.com
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    tcu / Via magarchive.tcu.edu
    Browsed at a new books brick and mortar bookstore.
    tcu / Via magarchive.tcu.edu
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    Democrat Gazette / Via nwaonline.com
    Bought a book from a new books brick and mortar bookstore.
    Democrat Gazette / Via nwaonline.com
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    Adrian Tomine / Via adrian-tomine.com
    Read a book at an airport.
    Adrian Tomine / Via adrian-tomine.com
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    Bought a book from a yard/garage sale.
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    Imhs / Via lmhs.org
    Bought a book from an outdoor book stand/fair.
    Imhs / Via lmhs.org
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    Our Crafty Home / Via ourcraftyhome.com
    Browsed books at an outdoor stand/fair.
    Our Crafty Home / Via ourcraftyhome.com
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    teleread / Via teleread.com
    Read from a book aloud to one other person.
    teleread / Via teleread.com
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    Cultural Encounters / Via macaulay.cuny.edu
    Read from a book aloud to 10 or more people.
    Cultural Encounters / Via macaulay.cuny.edu
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    Patrick Latimer / Via patricklatimer.co.za
    Talked about something book-related at a party.
    Patrick Latimer / Via patricklatimer.co.za
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    Urban Times / Via urbantimes.co
    Have a pet named after an author or literary character.
    Urban Times / Via urbantimes.co
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    Tumblr / Via tumblr.com
    Dressed as a character from a book.
    Tumblr / Via tumblr.com
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    Frieze / Via frieze.com
    Bought more than 10 books at once.
    Frieze / Via frieze.com
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    Elliott Bay Books / Via commons.wikimedia.org
    Attended Author Reading.
    Elliott Bay Books / Via commons.wikimedia.org
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    Writers and Artists / Via writersandartists.co.uk
    Asked a question or made a comment at an author reading event.
    Writers and Artists / Via writersandartists.co.uk
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    People Who Write / Via peoplewhowrite.wordpress.com
    Traveled more than 60 miles to hear an author speak.
    People Who Write / Via peoplewhowrite.wordpress.com
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    Salon / Via salon.com
    Listened to an audio book with at least one other person.
    Salon / Via salon.com
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    Her Campus / Via hercampus.com
    Spent part of a date in a bookstore.
    Her Campus / Via hercampus.com
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    Epic Reads / Via epicreads.com
    Read books with a friend.
    Epic Reads / Via epicreads.com
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    Girlfriends Book Club / Via girlfriendbooks.blogspot.com
    Discussed a book with a family member.
    Girlfriends Book Club / Via girlfriendbooks.blogspot.com
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    Via youne.com
    Silently read a single book with another person.
    Via youne.com
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    Pinterest / Via pinterest.com
    Quoted from a book to somebody.
    Pinterest / Via pinterest.com
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    Via spiegel.de
    Talked to a friend about a book.
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    Via spiegel.de
    Told someone a book was better than the movie that was made from it.
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    Above the Law / Via spiegel.de
    Recommended a book to someone.
    Above the Law / Via spiegel.de
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    Bedfellas / Via bedfellas.weebly.com
    Admitted to someone you called in sick just to finish a book.
    Bedfellas / Via bedfellas.weebly.com
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    Getty Images / Via gettyimages.com
    Read a book in the doctor's office that you brought with you (not something already in the waiting room).
    Getty Images / Via gettyimages.com
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    kpop stars / Via kpopstarz.com
    Discussed a book with a co-worker.
    kpop stars / Via kpopstarz.com
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    Scholastic / Via teacher.scholastic.com
    Worked as a librarian.
    Scholastic / Via teacher.scholastic.com
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    Jane Horton Photography / Via janehortonphotography.wordpress.com
    Worked as a bookseller.
    Jane Horton Photography / Via janehortonphotography.wordpress.com
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    The Money Ways / Via themoneyways.com
    Gave charitable money donation to a book-related cause (not anonymously).
    The Money Ways / Via themoneyways.com
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    Laquer by Lissa / Via etsy.com
    Had a bookish manicure.
    Laquer by Lissa / Via etsy.com
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    Instachallenges / Via instachallenges.com
    Instagrammed something about books.
    Instachallenges / Via instachallenges.com
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    missalamode / Via missalamode.blogspot.com
    Have books in your entryway.
    missalamode / Via missalamode.blogspot.com
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    Christian Book Finds / Via christianfictionebooks.blogspot.com
    Asked for book as gift for birthday/xmas/other occasion.
    Christian Book Finds / Via christianfictionebooks.blogspot.com
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    Wenatchee Valley College / Via wvc.edu
    Registered for an elective course in book-related subject.
    Wenatchee Valley College / Via wvc.edu
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    Yelp / Via google.com
    Used bookstore membership card in person at bookstore.
    Yelp / Via google.com
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    Bas Bleu / Via basbleu.com
    Displayed anywhere in home a book-related item (other than a book).
    Bas Bleu / Via basbleu.com
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    mccpl / Via mccpl.lib.al.us
    Visited more than one branch of a library.
    mccpl / Via mccpl.lib.al.us
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    UW / Via photos.uc.wisc.edu
    Attended elective course in book-related.
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    Via elplacerdelalectura.com
    Used a Little Free Library.
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    Etsy / Via blog.etsy.com
    Put a Little Free Library in your neighborhood.
    Etsy / Via blog.etsy.com
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    The Who Are About to Die / Via wewhoareabouttodie.com
    Tweeted something book-related.
    The Who Are About to Die / Via wewhoareabouttodie.com
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    Communicate and Howe / Via google.com
    Retweeted something book-related.
    Communicate and Howe / Via google.com
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    Barnes & Noble / Via barnesandnoble.com
    Bought a bookmark from a store in person.
    Barnes & Noble / Via barnesandnoble.com
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    Kent Social Media / Via kentsocialmedia.co.uk
    Liked something book-related on Facebook.
    Kent Social Media / Via kentsocialmedia.co.uk
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    Insurance Thought Leadership / Via insurancethoughtleadership.com
    Posted something book-related on Facebook.
    Insurance Thought Leadership / Via insurancethoughtleadership.com
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    lucie0ellen / Via etsy.com
    Wore a bookish piece of jewelry.
    lucie0ellen / Via etsy.com
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    British Library / Via shop.bl.uk
    Wore some type of bookish accessory.
    British Library / Via shop.bl.uk
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    Out of Print Clothing / Via outofprintclothing.com
    Went out with literary design bag.
    Out of Print Clothing / Via outofprintclothing.com
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    AliExpress / Via aliexpress.com
    Talked about something book-related via phone.
    AliExpress / Via aliexpress.com
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    Society 6 / Via society6.com
    Used a phone case with a bookish theme.
    Society 6 / Via society6.com
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    The Guardian / Via theguardian.com
    Texted someone about bookish stuff.
    The Guardian / Via theguardian.com
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    Books Tell You Why / Via bookstellyouwhy.com
    Published a book about books.
    Books Tell You Why / Via bookstellyouwhy.com
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    Buzzfeed / Via buzzfeed.com
    Took a Buzzfeed Quiz about books with intention to later tell others about it somehow.
    Buzzfeed / Via buzzfeed.com
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