Hey everyone! It’s funny because I don’t exactly get in slumps, but I do have go-to books for when I feel as if one’s coming on or I’m in a bad mood. Basically, these are reads I go to when I need to feel emotions. Any kind of emotion.
Okay so I’ve never written a review for this?? I’m confused. But, I love this book. I love everything about it. It’s so good and it’s a fun read. It takes my mind completely off everything.
Will there be a week when I don’t talk about this one? Apparently not. But, I love this book. It makes me feel good and I can get a cathartic cry out of it.
While I do have some issues with this book, I still love it. It’s a read that I can have any day, any time and it always makes me feel good.
When I was a little kid, I read this book when I was afraid. I usually read just the first chapter, but I still read it when I was down or frightened or whatever. It brought me out of whatever I was feeling.
Another classic! This is one that helps me at the end because of my love for Carton. I know. I’m weird. I love classics.
I may or may not have to read this again. Because I love this book. It’s so feel good and has drama and everything else. While I didn’t love it the first time I read it, it was the first classic that I ever read so it holds a special place in my heart.
I reread this one earlier this year and it’s just so beautiful. It captures grief perfectly and I love reading it because it’s a good read. It can take me out of anything.
When I read this book the first time (and, actually, the only time I read it) I cried so hard. Then, I tried to tell my mom what it was about and started absolutely bawling again. It makes me feel so hard and it’s so good.
Another week and I have to bring this one up. I mean, it’s law now. I’m making it a law. I will find a way to bring this up in every conversation. BUT, it’s just a great book that is funny, scary, sad, mysterious, and everything else!
Stephen King gets two shout-outs for me! All because he’s great and this book is one I devour whenever I read it. It’s so good.
What’s a book that brought you out of a reading slump?