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.
It is an utter delight from beginning to end. A smorgasbord of historical people and places, facts, festivals and parties, pilgrimages and ancient texts. It is also full of touching examples of everyday life - as Ravi Valluri explores with a kindly eye, the nooks and crannies of India and its people.
Teboho Mofokeng is a professionally licensed civil engineer with a master’s degree in wastewater treatment. By the age of 30 She was a mother of two and an associate director at that engineering firm which at the time had its headquarters in Australia.
Angela's Ashes by Frank McCourt is a quintessential coming of age story viewed through the grimy, unyielding, and sometimes downright heartbreaking lens of poverty. It follows Frank McCourt as he comically explains the dire circumstances of his conception, birth, and life.
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