There is a word which I came to know from a facebook page, “Abibliophobia” which means, the fear of running out of reading material.

Being a bibliophile (a lover of books) and so a literature lover, it gets hard for me to believe on such words if they exist. 😝

Few days ago, I got to know a word, logophobia which meant, a hater of words. And now this “abibliophobia” adds to the list of weird words. 😁

This is why, I have always loved the enormousness of English as a language. The numerous terminologies fascinate me. ❀☺

Hope you all had a great weekend. 

Spread love and happiness! ❀


Author: Shreya Sharma

Hi! This is Shreya Sharma from India. I'm a lively dreamer who loves to put her efforts to achieve her goals. Happiness is the foremost priority to me and WordPress is a blogging platform that gave my life a new meaning of happiness. Being a voracious reader, I love to read books and write. Writing is a passion and I can't resist myself put words to my thoughts and ramblings. I hope you like my work. Feel free to share the feedback. You are most welcomed. Much love!

15 thoughts on “Abibliophobia”

  1. I once dated a guy with severe abibliophobia. He would take a bag of six books (some of them ‘tomes’) on his 20 minute bus ride to work. When questioned about the number of books he took them all “in case of need”. He and I are still friends 30 years later and I believe he has never recovered from this condition.

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