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3 Times Sarah Andersen Got Being a Bookworm Right

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Swapna Krishna

Staff Writer

Swapna is the Comics Editor at Book Riot. She's a Space Columnist for Paste Magazine and writes for Syfy Wire—Fangrrls, Tor.com, Bustle, and other sites. She co-hosts a podcast called Desi Geek Girls. You can find her incessant ramblings on Twitter at @skrishna. She lives outside Philadelphia.

Swapna Krishna

Staff Writer

Swapna is the Comics Editor at Book Riot. She's a Space Columnist for Paste Magazine and writes for Syfy Wire—Fangrrls, Tor.com, Bustle, and other sites. She co-hosts a podcast called Desi Geek Girls. You can find her incessant ramblings on Twitter at @skrishna. She lives outside Philadelphia.

If you haven’t read Sarah Andersen’s webcomic Sarah’s Scribbles yet…then you need to stop what you’re doing and go look it up. It’s a simple, fun webcomic that showcases different parts of Sarah’s daily life. It focuses on being a woman, being an introvert, trying to adult, and having anxiety, which a lot of us can sympathize with. She also recently released a collection of webcomics (which is awesome and you need for your shelves) called Adulthood Is a Myth.

Sarah is also a bookworm, and she really knows what reading life is like. Here are 3 times Sarah nailed what it is to be a reader:

(1) Life is meaningless after a good book

(2) This is all of us

(3) I’m pretty sure I’ve done all these things.