Top Ten Things Books Have Made Me Want To Do After Reading Them


Books have made me want to do a lot of things. Some that I’ve done. Some that I haven’t. Some that are possible. Some that aren’t possible. Here are ten things that books have made me want to do after reading them. I’ve accomplished two of them. Can you guess which two?

Go to boarding school in Paris.
Marry a prince
Save Jews during the Holocaust
Become a book translator
Dance Ballet
Read more fanfiction
Start my own school
Try Turkish Delight
Write letters to my old crushes
Spy on the French

Thanks to The Broke and the Bookish for hosting this weekly book meme!


11 thoughts on “Top Ten Things Books Have Made Me Want To Do After Reading Them

  1. Turkish delight! Good one… going to Paris too (boarding school or not). 🙂 And I also had an urge to read more fan fiction after reading Fangirl. Made me really curious!

  2. ACKK! I JUST got The Royal We, and it seems so awesome! Did you like it? Is it a good read?

    I can’t wait to hear back from you.


  3. When I was in grade 5, we read Lion Witch and the Wardrobe and our teacher brought in Turkish Delight for us to try. While it was definitely worth trying, it was so sweet, I couldn’t make it past one piece.

  4. I was obsessed with Turkish delight after reading The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe (and Alcott’s Eight Cousins. They eat it in that book too) but was so disappointed when I finally tried one. It was good though super sweet and not nearly as magical as I was expecting!

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