Tuesday Talks: Your Go To Genre When You Are In A Reading Slump

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Tuesday Talks: Your Go To Genre When You Are In A Reading Slump

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Hello Everyone! Welcome to Tuesday Talks with It’s Storytime with Van Daniker!

Tuesdays Talks is a Goodreads group for anyone who loves to discuss certain topics covering books, authors, libraries, book stores and so much more. Tuesday Talks consists mainly of Book tubers and bloggers, but anyone can join on discussions and can share their thoughts. We also encourage input from members on topics to discuss as well.

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Today’s topic is: Your Go To Genre When You Are In A Reading Slump

Reading slumps can be awful. The last time I experienced one was shortly after I graduated from college a few years ago. Due to not having extra free time to sit down and enjoy a novel and having spent so much reading textbooks, I had a hard time finding something I would like. I would put books down because the writing was terrible or the content was unwholesome. It’s actually the whole purpose of why I started this blog. When I come across a book that I really enjoyed and believe that others would too, I wanted to spread the word. Once I began this blog, I pulled out of that miserable thing called a reading slump.

In fact, The Art of Losing Yourself by Katie Ganshert was the very book that pulled me out. With that being said, if I were in a reading slump, it would probably be a contemporary. While a lot of these books deal with real issues and sometimes heavy topics, a lot of these are light and short. Sometimes I look for an author that I’ve read a million times or a completely new-to-me author just to change things up a bit.

How about you? What is your go to genre when you’re in a reading slump? Let me know in the comments below!

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