If you’re anything like me one of the hardest things about reading, is deciding which book to read. There are so many books out there and the possibilities are really endless on what book, style, genre and more that you chose to read. Each author has a different style of writing and a different purpose for writing, and that can effect how much you like a certain book or author. Once you find one author that you really like you can steam off of them and find even more possibilities. There are millions of books out there to read by thousands of authors and that is a lot to handle with one book never truly being the exact same as another. If you think about it, it’s truly amazing how many different books, styles, meanings and lessons we can acquire from just arranging 26 symbols in different ways. If you just think about it books like Harry Potter, The Bible, The Shining, and Twilight came from the same 26 letters just rearranged slightly differently. It’s mind-blowing. All the worlds that we get taken to, the characters we love and the characters we love to hate, they all come from basically the same thing. So choosing a book to read shouldn’t be all that hard right? Wrong. With an amazing expanse of books and reading material out there is it so hard to chose and find the right book for you. Everyone had many different tastes. If you ask me I would recommend Harry Potter, classics like Dracula and Alice in Wonderland, and Stephen King and John Green books. If you ask someone else they might come up with completely different answers, because they have different tastes in authors and writing styles. Start with something you know you like, research good books. When I’m in search of a good book I’ll go to a book store website and read summaries of new and recommended books. If that fails, head to Tumblr! You’re bound to find a good book recommendation there. With millions of options out there, the possibilities are truly endless. If you start finding books you like, go ahead and make a list so you won’t forget them. Go to garage sales or thrift shops and buy books that look interesting, save them for a rainy day or when you finish your next book. It might take some time to find just the right book on occasion, but I can guarantee that there is one out there. Take a risk, go for it, you never know you might just find your new favourite author, inspiration, role model. You never know what can happen when you open up that cover and read.
Chosing The Book