Some fresh new year’s resolutions, reflections on reading challenges, and a brand new book release in today’s column
Category Archives: Reading Tips
This Is What People Want to Know About Reading Right Now
Answering some of this week’s Quora questions about books and reading
Anxiety? Books Help
A review of ‘How to Disappear’ by Sharon Huss Roat plus a cool life lesson
Holy Buckets, Batman! My Kid Hates to Read?!
Yikes! Some ideas for the reluctant reader
How I Read 12 Books in a Month
And why you can too if you follow these easy tips
TikTok Rescued Me From the Longest Reading Slump
Three female authors ended my temporarily bookless existence
When Reading Becomes a Job
I was a professional book nerd, and I hated it. This is why.
What’s on the Outside Counts Too
The physicality of books and the sensorial experience they offer as objects sets them apart from other written media. This is why.
You Can Never Read The Same Book Twice
The practice of re-reading is usually talked about as a form of nostalgia, or comfort. That’s certainly a huge piece of why I re-read certain books, particularly those I will put on audio as I fall asleep, do laundry, or bake. And yet, I can’t help but notice that re-reading books has offered me something else, too.
Lessons Learned From Reading Guilt
How to read more of what you love, ditch what you don’t, and develop a reading schedule that works for you I am a perfectionist to my core. As an Enneagram 1, perfection to me means that I pick and choose which things in life matter so much that I make them into moral, lifeContinue reading “Lessons Learned From Reading Guilt”