Don’t Limit Yourself to Reading Just One Book At a Time

Don’t Limit Yourself to Reading Just One Book At a Time

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Often, readers are saddled with the impression that they should finish a book they’re reading before moving onto the next one, but what happens when what you read really depends upon how you feel? What about the person who reads to feel entertained, to learn something, to feel comfort and nostalgia, to relax and destress, to get amped up about life, to gain inspiration for something their writing, to connect with and inspire others? All of these emotional categories warrant varying genres, and one book very rarely will fulfill them all.

Book Clubs Are the Death of Me: An Ode to the Monogamous Reader

Book Clubs Are the Death of Me: An Ode to the Monogamous Reader

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The literary world would not be the same without the wide assortment of reader archetypes: the chronological reader, the anti-reader, and most importantly the multi-tasker. The multi-tasker sounds exactly like what they are, they juggle books of different sizes and genres and commit to multiple books at once. And then there’s me — the monogamous reader. The monogamous reader is a rare, but important breed of reader that can only commit to one single book at a time, from beginning to end.    There are many struggles that come with being a reader, but none are as torturous as those …

Reaction Gifs Every Bookworm Needs When a Book Is Eating Your Life

Reaction Gifs Every Bookworm Needs When a Book Is Eating Your Life

Right now I’m reading A Little Life by Hanya Yanagihara, and it is ruining me. I can’t stop thinking about it, I’m so engrossed. I don’t know if I’ve ever read a book that knows its characters so well, that draws them so exquisitely, the flows so fluidly… Okay, like I definitely have, but very, very rarely. So here’s a list of gifs that I illustrate how much this book is eating my life.    When you’re trying to live your day-to-day life but you can’t stop thinking about the book you’re reading and having flashbacks to particularly effecting scenes, especially the …

Bookstr Recommends: What the Bookstr Staff Are Reading Right Now!

Bookstr Recommends: What the Bookstr Staff Are Reading Right Now!

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It’s always good to get reading recommendations, and who better to get them from than the intelligent and attractive Bookstr staff with their notoriously good taste?   Mercedez Pulse – Editorial   Image Via Amazon   I recently finished reading Problems by Jade Sharma and I highly recommend it! It’s a fairly quick read that takes complicated topics, such as drug addiction, the effects of addiction on relationships and identity and discusses them in a way in which all audiences can understand and identify with.    The narrator, Maya, is a young addict whose dependence on heroin wreaks havoc on her personal and …