3 Fresh Tips to Get Out of a Reading Slump (+5 bonus tips)

Hey everyone. My spoons runneth dry so I”m reblogging this in case you missed it. 🙂

Spoonie Writer/ Spoonie Blogger

Are you finding it hard to immerse yourself in any of the partially-read books stacked within an ever-growing, teetering tower on your desk? Are there more books you haven’t finished reading cluttering your Kindle than ones you’ve actually read?

Reading– even fun, well-written books –no longer giving you that special rush you’re accustomed to?

Is every typo, oddly-phrased sentence, weak verb, and word ending in “ing” pulling you out of a story you should love– one you’ve been dying to read?

If you’ve said yes to any of these, here are

3 Fresh Ways to Get Out of Your Reading Slump:

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  1. Figure out what’s causing the slump. To get to the bottom of your slump, list the last 3 books you didn’t finish. Under each, list 3 reasons it didn’t captivate you. Notice a pattern, like, “Lack of Action,” “Flat characters,” and “Too Predictable” ? A clever…

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