Book Recommendations | Books to Get Out of Your Reading Slump 🌙

Book Recommendations | Books to Get Out of Your Reading Slump 🌙

 🌙 Hi, guys! I hope you’re having the most beautiful day & you’re enjoying every little positive thing that happens to you today! ❤️ Today I’ve come to bring you a recommendation post, of those that I love doing, and in this opportunity to share with you each book that I recommend when you’re going through a reading slump, I’ll leave you my link in case you want to check my discussion post where I give all my tips to overcome this annoying mental state, but I realized that many of you decide to continue reading even being in a reading slump, perhaps changing genres, perhaps reading something shorter or simply changing some reading habit, due to this, I thought that it would be incredible to be able to recommend some books that you can go to if you’re feeling slumpy but still want to continue reading something. 🥰 

For this, I’ve classified each recommendation under some different genres and formats, as well as for example short stories. I want to give you a wide range of books for you to choose what resonates most with you depending on your reading tastes.
Are these light readings? Not exactly in its entirety, I have a couple of recommendations for light readings (#1 & #2) that you can check in case that’s something you like to go to in these cases, which is great! 😊 but in this case, I’ve decided to recommend books that are absolutely captivating, there are light stories of course, but I’ll not be focusing on it, but on those plots that you can not stop reading because they’re so addictive, or on those books with an extraordinary creation of characters and atmosphere. 👏🏻 

I want you to be able to go so far into reading that you don’t even remember you’re going through that hateful reading slump, some of these books have worked for me in the past and that’s why I’m recommending them, but others I just feel that will resonate with you in a unique way & you’ll feel possibly captivated and want more and more.

I hope this is something that you enjoy and that’s helpful for you, and I hope that above all you will take some books directly to your TBR to try at some point. 😍  I’ll leave my review link of each book as always in case you want to know more about it & without further ado, let’s get started! 🌙  Continue reading “Book Recommendations | Books to Get Out of Your Reading Slump 🌙”

June Wrap Up | The Reading Slump Month: Unexpected Readings & Graphic Novels ❄️

June Wrap Up | The Reading Slump Month: Unexpected Readings & Graphic Novels ❄️

❄️ Hi guys! I hope you’re having a beautiful day full of good readings.❤️ Today I bring you a new post… my June Wrap Up! where I’ll tell you ALL about my readings of the month. Well, as you can see from the title, this wasn’t my best reading month and I dare to say that I think it was my worst month in terms of everything that has to do with books so far. If you’ve been through a reading slump then you know that it’s very difficult to describe why it’s happening, you just know that you’re trying to read and nothing seems interesting enough, then you think of thousands of things you could do instead of reading, you just don’t have that motivation to continue your reading and honestly, it feels terrible.  😭 I think it feels even worse when you have a blog because I LOVE sharing my new readings with you and if I don’t read, I don’t have anything to talk to you about and I feel super frustrated, but well, it’s what happened to me this month, unfortunately, I felt this way and I accepted it and decided to go with the flow of what was happening to me and not force myself to read. This is just a stage… I know, you know, and I’m feeling better so everything is fine, I don’t want to be dramatic about it here 😅, I just wanted to share it with you and I also came up with the idea of ​​doing a whole post to discuss this topic and give you some tips that have worked for me in the past and also share our experiences, I think it’s always healing to know that it can happen to all of us and that’s fine, it’s natural. 👏🏻 

In other news, I had decided to participate in Make Your Myth-Taker readathon, a wonderful readathon that you can learn more about by clicking on the link, and obviously, I failed miserably 😂, but that was obvious to me being in a reading slump, honestly, I didn’t feel as to read anything that was in my TBR, so I’m very sorry that I didn’t succeed, but I hope to participate again at another time and do better! I hope you’ve done amazing if you participated. On the other hand, and although it wasn’t my best reading month, I think I’ve read quality things, so that makes me feel a little better. I also found one of the best books I’ve read this year, if not the best! so obviously that deserves celebration. 🥳 

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I read a hard-hitting contemporary with a mix of magical realism that blew my mind, I still don’t have the words to express how incredible that book was. I’ve also chosen to read graphic novels because they’re quicker & easier to read, so I thought they were exactly what I needed this month and I really liked them. Apart from that, I was part of a blog tour & I read a very intense short novel that I enjoyed a lot. Last but not least, I read one of the most loved books by the community that involves mythology, and I loved it, I had a great experience which I’ll share with you later.
Thank you SO much for being here and sharing each wrap up with me, it means the world for me, and even more when I had such a rare month and full of emotions. 🥰  So without further ado, let’s get started, I’m excited to share my readings with you and tell you a little about them. ❄️ Continue reading “June Wrap Up | The Reading Slump Month: Unexpected Readings & Graphic Novels ❄️”

WWW Wednesday #32 | 2020 ☕️

WWW Wednesday #32 | 2020 ☕️

☕️ Hi guys, I hope you’re having a wonderful day!. here I am with a new WWW Wednesday (originally hosted by A Daily Rhythm, and revived by Taking on a World of Words, where I’ll share with you the books that I’ve finished, my current and upcoming readings, and so chat a little about them ☕️ Continue reading “WWW Wednesday #32 | 2020 ☕️”

Top 10 LGBT+ Books On My TBR || 🏳️‍🌈

Top 10 LGBT+ Books On My TBR || 🏳️‍🌈
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 💫 Hi guys!! I hope you’re REALLY well, that you’re having a beautiful day and you’re enjoying your readings.💞
Lately as it’s very common during Pride Month I‘ve been seeing many people making LGBT + books lists, from those who recommend to those who come out this year and others, as myself bring you today, have chosen to share a list of books that although we haven’t read yet, we’re dying to do it very soon.
I plan later in the month to bring you my LGBT+ book recommendations as well, with books that I personally have loved, but first I wanted to share with you those who are still on my TBR.
 🌈 I LOVE reading books that present characters that represent the LGBT+ community in a respectful and amazing way, I’m heterosexual, but I’ve always been a huge supporter of the community and I’m 100% on board in each movement, because nobody should fight and suffer for loving someone, so always here for all my beautiful queer people out there. 🌈 
This list will consist of my Top 10 of the books that I’m most excited to read, they’ll not be in any order, because I’m honestly super excited by all these books and I’ve simply chosen 10 to not make of this an infinite list  😅 
I hope you share with me your thoughts and feelings about these books if you have already read them, that will help me create a personal list with those books that I should prioritize and read soon.
I hope you enjoy it and hopefully, you’ll have a new title to make your TBR grow!!!
Without more further ado, let’s start! 💫 Continue reading “Top 10 LGBT+ Books On My TBR || 🏳️‍🌈”