It's like an unwritten law of the universe that even non-readers subscribe to.
I firmly believe everyone has at least one book they've looked at, or heard about, and thought to themselves, 'Yep, I'm going to read that at some point'.
Probably because it was an absolute faff to load books onto... But that's not the point.
My book buying shifted from physical sales to electronic purchases but I still operated on the simple principle of buy a book, or two, then read them before buying more.
As time went on the availability of ebooks exploded and with emergence of indie publishing the variety of books available, unfettered by publishing trends, was incredible.
It was a bookworm's dream come true!
The challenge is that for most of the books - almost all the books - I have no idea what the bloody hell they are about or whether they'll still sound appealing to me.
For a good bunch, I don't even recognise the name of the author.
But I'm going to work my way through that list...