I like the word : bookish.
I don't know if it is a proper English word.
I like the way it sounds rather not proper.
I did not do an encyclopedic reserach about the word though.
I know it does not mean I look like a book.
But I like the way it sounds as if I do.
Don't they say "She is foolish" meaning
she looks like a fool?
Instead of meaning:
the word bookish gives the impression of
"sticking to the books for no visible reason".
True, I read books for no reason.
I am writing these lines for no apparent reason,
and that motivates me.
I imagine you read this with no reason.
Then you might like the word bookish too.