I'll try to explain myself clearly (as french is my first language and my english is not very good!)
I also love reading (when the book is good!) and since there are so many books I would like to get through, I do not finish a book that doesn't keep my interest.
I wanted to share with you the "reader's bill of rights" by a french author, Daniel Pennac in is book "Comme un roman" (I think it was translated by "Better Than Life").
1. The right not to read.
2. The right to skip pages.
3. The right to not finish.
4. The right to reread.
5. The right to read anything.
6.The right to escapism.
7.The right to read anywhere.
8. The right to browse.
9. The right to read out loud.
10. The right to not defend your tastes.
I read the book a long time ago, but if my memory is right, Pennac wanted to know how could a child who entered school with the anticipation of reading could leave it hating reading. He thinks that by following those "rules" people will learn to love reading! So what do you think of them?