January 27, 2020
My Love/Hate Relationship With DNF
DNF=Did Not Finish
This post is inspired by my lovely blogging friend, Zoe, over at Reading By the Moonlight. Check out her post about why she has never DNF’d a book!
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Are You a DNFer or a Finisher?
Some readers always finish every book they start. Other readers frequently DNF a book that isn’t working for them. Which are you? A Finisher or a DNFer?
In general, I’m a Finisher! In fact, I will put off starting a project because I know that once I start it, I won’t rest until it’s finished. So in my weird thinking, it’s better to not start it than not finish it. Does this same thinking apply to my reading life?
I certainly agree with the points Zoe made in her post about being a Finisher:
- She has too much…
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I would have to say that I am a finisher 99% of the time. However…there are the occasional books or knitting projects that I find myself really not enjoying. If after x amount of time, it is really a slog, I will scrap the whole thing. I actually read one lousy book from beginning to end because a previous reader marked up all the grammatical errors! It was a real hoot!!