1. You'll feel smart and become smarter
You're brain will make new pathways, you'll learn new words, you'll speak more eloquently and have more patience and empathy. I know, sounds too good to be true!
2. You'll feel smug when everyone else is on their phones
3. People will commend you for reading
4. You'll start talking and writing better
5. You'll figure out all the book terminologies
DNF? Pfft! I know that one!
TBR...okay, To be read...right? Wrap up, TOME? ARC? What the heck...? Okay, now I'm confused!
6. Book covers
You'll pay attention to them more. ESPECIALLY the beautiful ones. Whoever said don't judge a book by its cover is lying.
7. You'll feel alone but also part of a community
The number of books the average person reads is on a decline, not many people are reading anymore. Luckily, there's a vast community on social media, book clubs and libraries that will make you feel less alone.
This journal/blog is dedicated to people who are new to reading and/or writing or have fallen back in love with it (like me!).
What did you notice once you started reading again? Is there anything I missed?
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Hi there! I'm Simone:)
l created this blog for people that are new to reading and/or writing or have fallen back in love with it (like me!).
I'll share my journey of completing my book, materials I've created and use, motivating and helpful tips and discussions on interesting topics.