For every writer ‘being a published author’ is a dream they’ve seen since moment when the idea of story sparked first. That dream will become a mad desire by the time when that small idea grew to a book through the words, sentences and paragraphs on the paper. By the time they’ve completed their writings, they barely handle the blow of rejection by the publishers.
We’ve always enjoyed reading and want to read more and more. But do you think you’ve read as much as you should have or you wanted to? Most of us will have negative answer to this question and the reasons would be less time, inability to concentrate, or lack of inspiration and thousand more reasons for not maintaining reading habit.
Here are few tricks, which I personally experimented, that might help you to read more books this year.
Some Books are so powerful that they stay with you even after you're done reading them long time ago, They change your views towards life completely. Here is a small list of life changing fiction books you should read once in a life.
There is a myriad list of the authors who landed in trouble or created controversies, at the time of Book launch or after release, for writing down their unorthodox and free-spirited thoughts and stories which were far advanced of their time.
You might think that reading groups are simply an arena for book worms to indulge in their favorite passion or for you to have enjoyable argument about your favorite story or characters with like-minded individuals, but there are more lifelong benefits of joining book club than you realize. Here I'm pointing out a few of many benefits of joining book club.
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