So this happens to me from time to time. Specially after I’m done with a really good book. It becomes inevitable to fall on a book-hangover that takes you to the worst thing ever for a book blogger… a book-slump. They suck. And getting out of them is extremely hard. So if I don’t stumble upon a great book this are the books I normally run to.
by Rainbow Rowell
I know, I know, lately I’ve been using this book for almost every list but I guess that’s a testament to how much I love it. I mean, come on, this book is super relatable. Any book-lover or book-blogger, can see themselves in Cath. Plus her name is like mine so… lol
Isla and The Happily ever After
by Stephanie Perkins
Okay, I’m not a big love-story-fan, but this book… wow. It’s super cute. I love the characters so much and no, I don’t re-read the series I only re-read this one. All though I do love them all. I only come back to this one. I only wish this story just kept going.
by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Any of the short stories or novels are awesome. I love them all. They are books I go to all the time.
by Gillian Flynn
Actually any book by her works. I’ve found that reading something different from what I normally read works. And her books are just perfect. Although they might get you to an even bigger book-hangover. (you’ve been warned)
The Perks of Being a Wallflower
by Stephen Chbosky
Even though this book is kind of sad. Actually, really sad. It normally helps me get out of my book-slumps.
There are many other books that can help you get out of a book-slump. Like Harry Potter or re-reading an old book that you’ve loved, or maybe getting out of your comfort zone and reading something different. Do whatever works for you. Just don’t stop reading.