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Do you relate to any of these 10 common reading habits?

10 Common Reading Habits | BOOKGLOW

Do you relate to any of these 10 common reading habits? 1. You dedicate a certain time of day to read. 2. And a certain place. 3. If you’re reading a long book, you take it with you during the day so you can read small bits of it when you have free moments. 4.

30 Reasons Why You Should Read Books | BOOKGLOW

Why should you read books? Because the benefits of reading are manifold. These 30 reasons examine why you should make reading books a priority in your life. 1. Books help to educate us. 2. Books entertain us. 3. Books teach us empathy. 4. Books invite us to think outside the box. 5. Books make us

10 Things You'll Understand If You've Ever Fallen In Love With A Book | BOOKGLOW

How do I love thee? Let me count the ways. Here are 10 things you’ll understand if you’ve ever fallen in love with a book. 1. There’s love at first sight, and then there’s love at first sentence. 2. Real life obligations including school or work become excruciatingly painful. All you want to do is

7 Different Types Of Readers | BOOKGLOW

What type of reader are you? Tell us in the comments section below! 1. The Critic The critic makes it her mission to discover and point out every fault in each book she reads including but not limited to typos, punctuation and grammatical errors, and formatting issues. Characters, plot lines, pace, themes, and diction are

Top 10 Ways To Get Over A Reading Slump | BOOKGLOW

It’s called reader burnout, and yes, it happens to all book lovers. Do not fear, there are ways to overcome this crippling affliction. Here are the top 10 ways to get over a reading slump. 1. Take a break. Athletes and students take breaks so when they return to the field or classroom they feel

10 Tips And Tricks To Establish A Daily Reading Routine | BOOKGLOW

So you think you don’t have time to read every day? Here are 10 tips and tricks to establish a daily reading routine. 1. Read every day, even if it’s only a few pages. 2. Select and stick with a designated time to read every day. 3. Choose a comfortable reading spot. Think couch, bed,

8 Ways To Read More Books In The New Year | BOOKGLOW

Are you determined to read more books next year? Here are 8 ways to read more books in the new year.

10 Unusual Situations And Places To Read A Book

10 Unusual Situations And Places To Read A Book | BOOKGLOW

Tell us the unlikeliest place or situation in which you have read a book. 1. On a roller coaster 2. At the movies A post shared by Tina Mason (@miss_tina) on Mar 11, 2016 at 10:49am PST 3. On a trapeze 4. At a party A post shared by ☆Angelique Enos☆ (@small_angry_operaghost) on Jun 18,

5 Must-Read Medical Thrillers

5 Must-Read Medical Thrillers | BOOKGLOW

1. Donor (Dr Steven Dunbar #1) by Ken McClure “The first Dr Stephen Dunbar thriller. When seven-year-old Amanda Chapman is admitted to hospital with acute renal failure, her parents are in despair. Their hope is renewed when Amanda is accepted for treatment in a pioneering, state-of-the-art dialysis unit in an exclusive private hospital in Glasgow,

20 of the Best Responses to Tell-All Floral Industry Book

20 Of The Best Responses To Tell-All Floral Industry Book | BOOKGLOW

Fresh Cut by E. J. Bouinatchova is the true story of a wild young woman with a dark past who finds refuge in the colorful world of the floral industry. Grab your copy now at Amazon.com 1. “Eve takes the reader through a journey of drugs, sex, bad choices, good choices, and flower arranging.” 2.

Literacy from the Classroom to the Boardroom and the Smart Room

Literacy From The Classroom To The Boardroom And The Smart Room | BOOKGLOW

Don’t judge the book by the cover is hardly original advice, but its wisdom endures. I remember reading and writing as a child, but I don’t remember learning to read and write. How lucky I was. I can recall pupils in my primary and secondary school classes who couldn’t ‘keep up.’ They had labels like

15 Signs You’re Obsessed with Reading

15 Signs You're Obsessed With Reading | BOOKGLOW

1. You know exactly how to pass the time when you are traveling. 2. You take “shelfies” instead of selfies. 3. You dress up as a book character for Halloween. 4. You know you belong to a group of people who would rather be alone than hang out together. 5. You

7 Children’s Books to Read as a Grownup

7 Children's Books To Read As A Grownup | BOOKGLOW

1. The Chronicles of Narnia Beautiful, whimsical, memorable, yet rife with weighty themes: Christianity, sacrifice, family issues, loneliness, betrayal. And if you don’t remember the very ending of the series, you’re in for a shock. Let’s put it this way: at least they get to stay in Narnia forever. 2. Mrs. Frisby and the Rats

5 Literary Quotes that Remind Us Why We Love to Read

5 Literary Quotes That Remind Us Why We Love To Read | BOOKGLOW

1) “A book is a dream that you hold in your hand.”—Neil Gaiman 2) “Books are lighthouses erected in the great sea of time.”—E.P. Whipple 3) “Fiction is a sort of inter-human magic, allowing you to travel into a scene and feel it tingle on your skin…”—Barbara Kingsolver 4) “Reading is like

10 Photos that Prove Reading at the Beach Equals Perfection

10 Photos That Prove Reading At the Beach Equals Perfection | BOOKGLOW

Summer is almost here, and we can’t wait to spend it reading at the beach. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

25 Quotes About the Benefits of Reading

25 Quotes About The Benefits Of Reading | BOOKGLOW

1. “You think your pain and your heartbreak are unprecedented in the history of the world, but then you read. It was books that taught me that the things that tormented me most were the very things that connected me with all the people who were alive, or who had ever been alive.”—James Baldwin 2.