Books I loved in 2017

Book Review, Favorite Readings

Hello! As this year is coming quickly to and end, it is time to share with you the list of faves I had. It is not a secret that this year wasn’t the best in reading matter, but still I managed to enjoy some books.

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Realistic Bookish Goals for 2018

goals, Life Update, TBR, Uncategorized

Hello there people! I hope you’re having a good time. For my part, I’m doing pretty good lately (I guess), even I started to think about my goals for next year and I want it to be different because 2017 wasn’t really my cup of coffee. I don’t want to have a good start and then forget everything about my goals. I want to keep it up all year, so I don’t feel like a loser every day of my life. 

How to get out from a reading slump

Tips

Hi guys, I hope you’re doing fine. Me, well, I’m improving. I looking for ways to get out from the worst reading slump of my life, and I got the idea to post it here. You may think “What are you doing giving advices about how to get out from a reading slump when YOU can’t even  do it yourself?”. Ok, that’s true, but the thing here is that falling in a reading slump is totally fine. Is not the end of the world. It doesn’t makes you a bad reader, you’re fine, you will be fine.

I found many ideas to combat the worst menace every reader could face, so I decided to write my own top five:

1.Forget about your TBR. I mean, TBR’s are cool, it keeps you organized and you have an idea of what to read next. But when you’re in a reading slump it could make you feel very anxious and guilty not readin the books you planned to read.

2. Re-read your favorite book. It is always good to go back to a world you love, so why not when you’re totally lost and need some fiction to level you up?

3. Try some Classics. At the end of the day, Classics are always THE CLASSICS. What I’m trying to say is they’re good. Really good. Some people find it boring, but I think they just hasn’t connect with the right one yet.

4. Read a Thriller. There’s nothing like a mind-breaking thriller to make you feel back at reading again.

5. If you don’t feel like reading, just don’t do it. Try to write down your feelings, perhaps it helps you like it helps me.