Top Ten Tuesdays

TTT: Books to get you out of the reading slump

Hii Guys!! Happy Tuesday. Today’s topic for Top Ten Tuesday is the books to pull you out of the reading slump. I have experienced most reading slumps this year but fortunately I have also come across amazing books which have helped me get out of my slump.

Reading slumps can be caused due to many reasons one of the most common being mood changes , reading an emotionally draining book or just the feeling of not being able to read any book.

Today I am going to suggest some books which helped me get out my slumps and hopefully they can help you as well 🙂

Here’s my list:

Ember in the Ashes series- Sabaa Tahir

The Hate U Give- Angie Thomas

Children of Blood and Bone- Tomi Adeyemi

A Thousand Perfect Notes- C.G.Drews

Daughter of the Pirate King Duology-Tricia Levenseller

The Perfect Mother- Aimee Molloy

The Astonishing Color of After- Emily X.R. Pan

Which books have helped you get out of reading slumps ? Do we have any in common? Let’s talk!!

Until Next Time, HAPPY READING FOLKS!!

19 thoughts on “TTT: Books to get you out of the reading slump

  1. I literally just bought The Astonishing Color of After about a week ago!! I’m a bit slumpy after reading a long non fiction novel, so I can’t wait to get into it!

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  2. My heart lights up whenever I see that someone else loved TACOA & I’m so happy you loved ATPN! I’m still lowkey scared to read it, because I really want to love it, but seeing others fangirl about it always makes me want to overcome that fear. 🙈

    Lovely post! 💗

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