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Tuesday, August 25, 2020

3 Strategies to Find Your New Favorite Book



With having to stay home, many people have rediscovered their love of books. Books can help you escape and help you learn. Reading can also be good for your brain. My local news even did a story on some local bookstores. It is amazing how a year ago bookstores were on the way out and now they are very popular. Discover some amazing tips to help you find books that you enjoy. So grab a cup of coffee( discover some new coffee products here) and enjoy some reading time.


 Many people are finding themselves with extra time on their hands during the current pandemic. One useful way to spend your time is an age-old classic — reading! Not only is it a way to keep your brain engaged without the same rigorous work or school activities, but it also may help you support your local independent bookstores. But how to find books you actually want to read? Never fear: this handy guide will explain a few basic strategies for finding your dream books.

1. Browse Your Favorite Bookstore 
 Local, independent bookstores can be especially helpful here. Often, they curate their books intentionally and personally, so they’re a great resource to offer recommendations for offbeat, newly-released books. Some even specialize in different genres or types of books, so be sure to find one that suits your needs!

2. Find an Author You Like 
 Many authors have more than a single book released. If you read one book and enjoyed it, why not find that author’s other work? For example, an author like Daniel Handler has written many books for young adults under the pseudonym Lemony Snicket. If you believe that your favorite best author Daniel Handler has many books you may like, check out his other listings on a site like Goodreads or Bookshop.org.


3. Ask Your Friends for Recommendations 
Often, friends share reading preferences, even if they’re not aware of it. Your best friend’s favorite book right now might be your favorite tomorrow — give it a try!

 While no method is perfect, these are three ways you can fulfill all your bookworm needs. While the pandemic is no joke, some are finding themselves with extra time on their hands — extra time a book can fill. Pour some tea, curl up on the couch, and dive in; a new chapter is waiting for you around the corner.

 While you are enjoying your book, make sure to also enjoy some delicious homemade Soft Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies. Cookies are always the best for relaxation time with books.


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