Here's how it works:
- Think of a particular group of good things you want to make a list on, does not necessarily have to be about books, e.g. your current book wish list, or your favorite book foods (you know, foods you love to eat while reading, if you're like me), or your favorite girly names, whatever you can think of, as long as it makes you feel good.
- If you have no ideas for a list, you can always visit my blog post to check out my theme for that week and you can take a cue from my list.
- Post your list on your blog, grab that cute ARGH button above and put it on your post too, so we'd know you're doing this meme.
- Leave the link for your post on my own 10 Good Things post for the week, if you see others doing it, comment too and let's share our good things with everybody.
- Everybody goes through the whole week happy!
Welcome to another edition of 10 Good Things! A friend of mine once commented on my love for books when she saw my bookshelf. I know it's not yet as huge as yours, but that friend of mine is not a big book fan so my collection is as much a library to her already. She told me I should have been a librarian or worked at a bookstore. Which, although really awesome careers, were not something I would go for (I love high-pressure jobs, like being a nurse :D). So that got me thinking, what other options are there if you love books and want to work in the book industry? A little research yielded these results:
1. Book Buyer - If you love books and enjoy discovering new titles, then this might be a great job for you. You will purchase books according to the prescribed purchasing regulations and procedures of a book store. You will also review and analyze sales reports for ordering, planning, and merchandising purposes, etc. In other words, you get to have a say on which book would be sold in your book store!
10. Bookbinder - This is a skilled profession and you will be required to operate machinery. You will be the one responsible for putting book covers and pages together.
Happy New Week!