Getting back into reading/learning to love reading 101

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Sometimes you are just bored and every book you pick up, you put down after a few pages.

Some people only have read books for school and therefore see reading as a chore and not as fun.

These books may help both.


Mogai/LGBTQIA+

catch a ghostEvenfall 1If it drivesA story of now

1) Catch a ghost by SE Jakes

2) Evenfall by Santino Hassell & Ais

3) If it drives by Aleksandr Voinov & L.A. Witt

4) A story of now by Emily O’Beirne

Romance

Me before youThe Winner's Curse 1) Me before you by Jojo Moyes

2) The winner’s curse by Marie Rutkoski

Thriller

splintershadow man

1)Splinter by Sebastian Fitzek

2) Shadow man by Cody MacFadyen

Fantasy

magician apprenticeThe name of the windthe way of shadows

1)Magician: Apprentice by Raymond Feist

2) The name of the wind by Patrick Rothfuss

3) The way of shadows by Brent Weeks

the lightning thiefCrackedthe darkest minds

the summoning4)The lightning thief by Rick Riordan

5) Cracked by Eliza Crewe

6) The darkest minds by Alexandra Bracken

7) The summoning by Kelley Armstrong

If you were teaching this 101, how would your syllabus look like?
Which 101 are you teaching this week?

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14 thoughts on “Getting back into reading/learning to love reading 101

  1. I love love love this topic. I think back to reading with some of my friends who no longer understand why I read and I feel so much loss for them and most of them don’t feel it themselves. I would totally take this class and bring a bunch of people with me. Good job πŸ™‚

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    • Oh, time travel… I’ll definitelly check it out!
      I think it is important to remind people that there are a lot of different genres and just because sci-fi didn’t work for you, a different genre could. If I think back to the books I had to read for school… ugh. Those could kill any interest one has for reading.

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    • I have read that series this time last year and I can’t wait to reread it. But there are so many other books I ‘have’ to read before…
      You really, really should. I loved how the love interest wasn’t the most important thing for Ruby and he was real sweet, too. πŸ˜€
      Thank you for linking your list.

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