Top Ten Tuesday | Books That Will Get You Out of a Reading Slump
day because it’s all about the bookish meme love known as Top Ten Tuesday.
of a Reading Slump
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dreaded reading slump. We all encounter these, don’t we? I do, but usually my
philosophy (right or wrong) is to press on, and continue to read. Sometimes
these reading slumps are the cause of emotions or sometimes it’s because the
book is a “meh”read.
happens, as I said, I tend to press on. There’s often too many books I’ve
agreed to review (plus I’m a TURTLE reader) for me to take a “break,” and read
something different. That said, I feel like these books I list today would be
the ideal novels to pull me from a reading slump. (And some I know would because I’ve read their delightful pages.)
“repeat” books from previous Top Ten lists. What can I say!? When I find a favorite, I stick
with it, guys!
said books are.
BOOKS THAT WILL GET YOU OUT OF A READING SLUMP
like Agatha Christie-lite murder mysteries (or as I like to call them, “cozy
mysteries”), you’d adore this series. Book one is of course the place to start.
Amazon | Goodreads
EEEPP!! Who watched the Netflix adaptation this past weekend!?! Review is
coming… soonish. Until then, go forth and pick up this novel. It’s one
of the easiest reads (meant in the most complimentary way) you’ll ever own.
Amazon | Goodreads
read this one once and still I’m lovin’ on it. Amazon | Goodreads
Society by Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie Barrows | Recently read this beauty, and
am still surprised by how well I enjoyed it. It’s a charmer despite its
historical post WWII novel. I admire the authors for taking an unhappy time in
history and turning it into a positive story. Amazon | Goodreads
smile. That’s reason enough to earn it a prominent place on this list. Amazon |
another WWII set novel, but somehow Sarah’s books are always upbeat and full of
hopeful stories and characters. This one is Nancy Drew-lite with its fun and
romantic cozy mystery vibes! Amazon | Goodreads
you knew I’d work in a Kasie West novel. Amazon | Goodreads
‘Boys’ is totally the cutest and sweetest read ever (or ONE Of them), it stands
to reason its sequel will evoke all the same feels. Amazon | Goodreads
Jodi Meadows | I *still* have not read this one despite saying it looks amazing
and so fun. Despite its topic, its creative storytelling looks like precisely
the kind of book to pull a reader out of any slump. Amazon | Goodreads
look! It’s yet another author whose books I’ve yet to try! Here’s to hoping
this changes soon. Amazon | Goodreads
Shari Petroff | This is a recent add to my shelf, but it sounds and looks
adorable! In short, I cannot wait to give this one a chance. Amazon | Goodreads
basically says it all, don’t you think? Plus, it feels like a great book to
read during the autumn season. Amazon | Goodreads
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slump! (Looking back I realize I could add so many additional authors like
Melissa Tagg, Morgan Matson, Ally Carter, Becky Wade, and on the list grows.) I’m
curious, what do you gravitate towards when you’re in that dreaded slump? Is it
a genre, author or style? Or do you have any methods you use when you’re in a
reading slump? Comment all the thoughts down below. I’d love to read your
opinions on today’s topic.
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