5 tips, how to read correctly and enjoy

In the new release of Podcast The Upgrade Librarian Margaret X. Wilson and Nancy Purl shared advice to help read pleasure and quickly look for interesting books in the store or library.

1. Audiobooks are also books

Many people think that listening to the book – not the same thing to read it. And although this is really different experience, none of the ways is more correct compared to another. Audiobooks are much more convenient to shove in their schedule, because they can be listened to, engaged in routine affairs or during runs – and this is a really good way to get acquainted with new authors when you find it difficult to find the time to take a book.

2. For a long time not read? Start with already read history

Good way to draw in reading – reread something familiar what you like. In this case, you will not lose the plot thread, if you accidentally miss the offer, and the process will be felt easier and more pleasant. And after reading entered into your habit, you can move to new stories you wanted to meet.

3. Do not finish books – this is normal

5 Tips, how to read correctly and enjoy

If you do not like the book, it is absolutely normal to put it back to the shelf. For example, I started the "endless joke" three times. I did not read it, but I am sure that one day I will do it – when I have a suitable mood for it, and I want to read it. To force yourself to read what is simply not going – violence and above yourself, and above the book. It seems to you that it is unfair not to give a book a chance to hit you in the end – in fact it is much better to wait and read it when the process itself will be really interesting.

4. How to find a book with a dynamic plot

It is better to apply to the partitions of fiction in the store or library, or see the shelves with detectives. Open the book and scroll through a couple of pages, not paying attention to the content. If you see that a significant part of the page is white paper, it means that the plot is dynamic: many white indicates a large number of dialogues – and if there are many dialogues, the plot is usually developing quickly.

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