Fall In Love With Reading
All September long, we are sharing the things that we love here on Buzznet. While I’m most noted for sharing my love of music, this week I want to shed some light on other things that mean a lot to me.
Reading takes us to a whole other place. It helps our imagination run wild and gets us so involved in the story that we forget our own problems for a while. Reading has always been a favorite hobby of mine and it fuels my fire for creative writing.
Here are 5 book suggestions to fall in love with this fall!
1. Hopeless by Colleen Hoover
Holy sh!t this book was AMAZING! I just finished reading it today and I’m craving more! I just found out that there is another book, Losing Hope, (which I can’t wait to get my hands on) and that both books were optioned for film! *dies* Go. Read. This. Book…..NOW!
2. I Was Told There’d Be Cake by Sloane Crosley
I picked up this book in the library because I was drawn to it’s cover. So I guess you can say that I judged a book by it’s cover. I read the first sentence and decided it was worth a read. Sloane, along with MTV’s greatest cartoon ever, Daria, are my spirit animals. This girl just gets me. I love essays and I love humor. Definitely worth a read!
3. How Did You Get This Number? by Sloane Crosley
I want to write like this. Just go read her books!!
4. TwentySomeone: Finding Yourself In A Decade of Transition by Craig Dunham & Doug Serven
I never thought I’d actually enjoy a self-help book but this one tugged at my heartstrings. It basically describes the kind of person I want to be while ensuring us to trust in God’s plan. I have to admit, it did get a bit too preachy at times, but it did make sense. Don’t just be a twentysomething, be a twentySomeone!
5. What Now? by Ann Patchett
This book’s title caught my eye immediately since it’s the question I’ve been asking myself a lot lately. It’s a very short read but after you are done, it’ll leave you with a sense of comfort.
6. Shit My Dad Says by Justin Halpern
If you want to laugh your ass off with a good read, then read this book! It’s quite heartwarming as well!
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