Likely to be every book lover's greatest fear, abibliophobia is the fear of running out of things to read. Thankfully, books are easily accessible now!
First used in 1881 by Andrew Lang in 'The Library,' a biblioklept is someone who steals books.
First used in 1957 by American humorist H. L. Mencken, bibliobibuli are people who read too much. Wait... there's such a thing?
A bibliognoste is someone who has a comprehensive knowledge of books and bibliographies.
Coined by writer Douglas Adams, ballycumber is a noun that refers to any one of six half-read books lying in your bed.
A bibliolater is someone who is overly devoted to books, someone extremely passionate.
A bibliopole is a person who buys and sells books, especially rare ones. What a cool job!
Bibliotherapy is a therapeutic approach of using books to aid people in solving the issues they're facing.
A bibliophagist is a person who loves to read books. Or rather, they're an avid or voracious reader.
Are you a bookarazzi? Well, if you take photos of you books and post them online, then yes, you are!