What inspired this post was how the Delirium series just came to a close. I loved that series and the characters so much. Not that I don't still love this series whole-heartedly but now I don't have new books to look forward to. I invested like three years into loving that series. So what do you do when a book you love and have been following for a while now ends? That is the question I am trying to figure out.
EpicReads says saying goodbye to a book series is like going through a breakup. Which I can't really say if that true not. What I do know is that when a series your very invested in ends you become very sad. EpicReads calls it a book hangover because you want to move on but your still stuck in the last books world. I think each person needs to find there own way that they get over a series. You should always still love it but you also need to find a new series to love equally for the next few years.
I've been going threw all of this this past week. For me I usually finish a series but then I try to read a new book quickly so I don't have to think about my loss. Now I'm still in emotional trauma trying to cope with the fact that there is no next book to wait for. I'm trying to find a bew series that I have read the first book in and loved. Well so far all I can think of is The Madman's Daughter.
So how do you deal with favourite series ending?