bibliophage [bib-lee-uh-feyj]

noun

  1. an ardent reader; a bookworm.

source Dictonary.com

What does bibliophage mean?

A bibliophage is a person who reads all the time; a bookworm.

Bibliophage is a very rarely used word, unlike the commonly used bookworm. But with their extensive vocabularies, bibliophages probably know it.

Example: Michelle is a real bibliophage—she spends every second of her free time reading books.

My day feels incomplete if I am not able to find a few quiet moments to sit and read a book. As an avid reader, I always have at least one book plus my Kindle with me wherever I go. This page is where I share some of my favorite books in a few genres. Are you on Goodreads? Let’s connect!
Category: Energy and Energy Healing
The Chakra Bible: The Definitive Guide to Working with Chakras by Patricia Mercier

You can find many books on chakras, our energy centers, and I’ve read two or three over the years. I purchased this one after buying The Reiki Bible when I took my first reiki class. I like the format of these Mind Body Spirit Bibles, which cover a lot of content and is filled with lots of colorful illustrations. If you’d like to learn more about the chakras, this is a wonderful one to read. It even includes information on the “new” chakras, as well as some crystals you can work with to balance each energy center.
Category: Writing
The Book You Were Born to Write: Everything You Need to (Finally) Get Your Wisdom onto the Page and into the World by Kelly Notaras

This book is a guide to writing a transformational nonfiction book and is filled with excellent advice and resources. Kelly Notaras is the founder of kn literary arts, an editorial book studio specializing in self-help, personal growth, and spirituality. I am so grateful to have read this while I was writing my book, Vade Mecum, as the content was truly helpful for me. If you have a dream of writing a book, particularly in the above genres, I highly recommend checking this out.
Category: Spirituality
The Celestine Prophecy by James Redfield

This is a timeless classic for fans of this genre. I read this in the 1990s and this book completely resonated with me. It’s the first in a series of books by James Redfield and a new edition was released in 2018. If you’ve seen the movie but have not read the book, I’m sure it goes without saying that the book is way better.

Category: Spirituality

VADE MECUM An Always-Present Guide to Your Divine Path

Ever feel like you missed a turn in the road?

If you were given a magical handbook with your name on it, containing divinely generated guidance specifically for you, would you want to know what it contains? What if this guidebook is meant to help you live your best life?

The more we tune into the guidance, the more we recognize that it is within us and all around us.