So many books, so little time…the mind boggles and then melts from “Choice Overload.”
I’m emerging – slowly – from that horrible affliction known to avid readers everywhere as …
The Book Slump.
You’ve probably been there, too, in some form or another.
It’s the reader’s version of an endless streak of gray, gloomy days in February. You have hundreds, if not (ahem) thousands of books on your “want-to-read” list, and yet nothing strikes your fancy. You may work in a library with a collection of five million items, yet you’re overwhelmed at the notion of choosing one book to read. Or, maybe you’re staring at an overflowing coffee table or nightstand with no less than your library’s maximum number of books that can be checked out and nothing is grabbing your attention.
Story of my life for the past few weeks and then some.
So, what can a reader do when The Book Slump strikes? Allow me to share some of my tried-and-true…
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