The Opposite of a Reading Slump?

March 30, 2014 Discussion 99

Everyone knows the dreaded Reading Slump. Hanging over your head like a cloud of doom, or hanging out on your shoulder like DEATH. Or maybe something not so dramatic. But has anyone ever been in the opposite of a reading slump? To come to the answer of this question, let us analyze this scientifically accurate definition of a slump:

Slump

A period of time during which a person goes without an object or action.
Billy has had no hits in the past month, he must be in a slump. (Source)

Wait, wait, wait. If a slump is a time where you go without an object then… then the opposite must be outrageously devouring said object.

So what do we call this newfound period of awesomeness? A Reading Boon? Rise? Ascent?

Whatever you want to call it, I know it exists. I have *whispers* experienced it. The greatness of the Reading Boon/Rise/Ascent has touched me, deeply. Has it touched you?

B-but, Alise.. How am I supposed to know if I’ve been touched by the Reading Boon/Rise/Ascent?

Well, my dear children, if you have been graced by its presence, then firstly, you will probably relate to these Internet memes:

read

book   ba

You’ll be going through books like there is no tomorrow. Books that you had previously struggled with will easily flow and you will find yourself making a huge chunk on your review books/TBR shelves. Sounds pretty awesome, huh? Unfortunately, the Reading Boon/Rise/Ascent is an endangered species and only shows itself to the best of little boys and girls.

However, there are ways to encourage its presence:

  • 1. Re-read a favorite book of yours, you’ll be inspired to read again!
  • 2. Read a humorous book, I recommend Hyperbole and a Half!
  • 3. Try something new, like a graphic novel!
  • 4. Rainy days, a bath, or warm summer nights are great settings for reading!
  • 5. Join a book club or read with a friend!

Personally, I get into the Opposite of a Reading Slump when the weather is bad. Rainy weather makes me just want to lie in bed all day and read, so that’s exactly what I do! Soon enough, I find myself finishing three or four books that weekend.

Have any of you experienced a reading slump?
What about the opposite of a reading slump?
Is there anything that spurred you on/out of your slump?

99 Responses to “The Opposite of a Reading Slump?”

  1. Leigh @ Little Book Star

    I’m currently in a reading AND blogging slump that feels like FOREVER because I don’t even know the last time I touched a book until today (attempting to read Faking Normal)… As of now instead of the meme “read all the books” I feel like “read none of the books” :(. Idk I think school is to blame because senioritis got me and I completely don’t feel like doing ANYTHING. All I do most of the time ever since 2nd semester started was to eat and sleep and talk to my friends lol. It’s really bad!!! I need to change! But of course I am not quitting my blog…just taking a loooong break lol.
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    • Alise

      Same here. I haven’t read anything or made a new post in almost two weeks :/ The only thing I managed to get through was a humor book because I needed a few laughs. I hear Faking Normal is a really great read, though! I know the feeling :/ I was lucky enough not to have that my senior year but I’m pretty lazy now. Haha, well, some can argue that’s the stuff that really matters :P Yeah, I’m thinking about doing that too but I’m in a bad position because I have to renew my hosting soon, and I’m not going to put 70+ dollars into a ship that I may be ditching.

  2. Kristelle

    I’ve experienced that moment before. I actually devoured two books and reread the both of them in one day! I was really into them that when I decided to check another book out and did not like it after reading about two-three chapters, I started to reread one of them and still felt the same feeling of not wanting to let it go. :D

    • Alise

      Wow, awesome! Now I’m pretty curious as to what those two books are ;) I reread books but I’m not sure if I could reread them again on the same day. Rereading is a great way to get out of a slump. I think it’s because you already know you will like the book :P

    • Alise

      Aw :C Looks like we traded places. I was in a Boon/Rise/Ascent when I first drafted this post but now I’m in a slump. Guess that’s the way it goes sometimes! Hope you get out of your slump soon!

  3. Nicole

    My problem when this happens to me is that I get so excited about the next book I want to read that I start to rush the book I’m currently reading and don’t take it in as much as I should.

    • Alise

      Ooh, I know that feeling well, too. Scrolling Goodreads when in a slump… probably a bad idea :P Plus not only do I also rush, sometimes I will just drop the book if I find it too boring :/

      Thanks for stopping by :)

    • Alise

      Ah, that’s tough. If there’s a four star in between there it’s tolerable but books like that one after the other is just no fun at all. I still need to finish the last Percy book :)

      Thank you!

  4. Cait @ Notebook Sisters

    Haha! This is brilliant! My life is probably the opposite of a reading slump. Even if I’m bored, I make myself keep reading and then I get some massive surprises of awesome and…afdjskal; I love book so much. I read like three 5-stars in a row and my mind was SO blow! I was so excited. Aaaand, then I read three 2-stars in a row. -_- Boo. I’m on a bit of an excited streak at the moment. Books are awesome basically.
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    • Alise

      Thanks! Aha, love all your enthusiasm, I could definitely use some of that passed over here right now! I may just have to do that in times of slumps-just sit down and force myself to read.

    • Alise

      Yes! It really is frustrating when you are loving reading and hating reviewing because then you can get real backed up. That’s true, series like that are always hard to review. If I can manage, I try to put them all in one post but I really dislike doing that.

  5. brandileigh2003

    I have experienced a book high… sometimes with just one great book I can’t put down, or a series of good ones…
    But also have had the book slumps, where I can’t seem to find a good one, or just don’t even feel like picking books up.

  6. Joy (Joyousreads)

    Yep. Been at both ends of the spectrum. ‘Reading boons’ are like wishing stars: you know they exist but you’ve rarely witness it, and more often, maybe not even. I’d like to say that I’ve had a ‘reading boon’ these past few days. I managed to read three books that I thoroughly enjoyed, and finished one that I loathed without DNFing it.
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    • Alise

      Or sasquatches. But yes, the idea is the same xD Ooh, awesome! That’s pretty good, especially since you even had patience to get through the whole thing!

  7. Goldie

    Oh yeah. I think I’m into that right now, brought on by a lot of awaited books released consecutively. :) I am always reading, but there are times when I’m reading more than usual, and the past week was definitely one of those times!
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  8. Nara

    I haven’t actually ever experienced a reading slump to be honest, but I guess my reading habits are such that I’m in a perpetual opposite-of-slump. I almost feel deprived if I don’t read at least part of a book every day haha.

    On another note, DUDE. YOUR GUINEA PIG LOOKS EXACTLY LIKE MY OLD GUINEA PIG. Same colours :D
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    • Alise

      :O

      You must pass on your wisdom to us. Or I must develop this mentality. ASAP.

      That’s because…
      it IS your guinea pig! PLOT TWIST!

      That is pretty cool, though!

    • Alise

      Ah, that is pretty frustrating. It’s easy to get behind that way, or so I’ve found. Haha, very true! I always seem to lack motivation to write reviews until I’m like halfway through and there it’s smooth sailing from there.

  9. Kezia D

    I’ve been in a slump many times before and yep, reading boon or whatever it is rarely happens to me. Sometimes re-reading an old favorite doesn’t even work for me *sigh* At that point I will just spend my time watching movies or TV series and scrolling tumblr endlessly haha. Only time can put me back from a slump — or a highly anticipated book that has just come out!
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    • Alise

      Aw :( I know sometimes the lack of motivation to read anything so that makes sense. And yep, that’s pretty much me haha. I just scroll around and learn random facts I’ll never again use in my life xD

  10. Babel

    ;-) I love this post, funny, creative y encouraging. And oh, you have a guinea pig. I love them so!
    I’ll try to get into the reading zone too.

  11. Lupdilup

    I most definitely go through this more than once in a while, this is why I have more than 150 audibooks to review…LOL. It usually happens when I find a series that has all the books published, if I love it, I can’t find the way of stopping until I finish all the books…Like Netflix and the TV series…LOL
    This a great post, thank you!
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    • Alise

      Dang! Better get to it ;)
      Oh gosh, same. I am the worst with Netflix. I will spend all my waking hours until I get caught up on a show. Can’t say I do the same thing with books, though!

  12. Kim @ Kimberly's Novel Notes

    Every now and again this will happen to me. It usually happens when school is out for the summer or if school is just really easy for a few weeks. I love when this happens because my TBR pile goes down and you just read so many books it’s like Yay!! It also happens when I get over a reading slump. Or if I’ve been busy and had very little time to read, then life goes back to normal and I have all this extra time to read. I’m just so happy to be able to read that I read all the books!!
    Great post :D
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    • Alise

      Yeah, winter/summer break is a great time because it’s so relaxing. Right? It doesn’t feel like you get behind as much :) Read ALL the books :D
      Thank you!

  13. Lola

    I have experienced the opposite of a reading slump a few times, I would read a book a day and then start a new one and every book was read pretty fast. Although I have a reading slump more often, although I don’t have those as often either. I usually get into a reading slum after reading a really good book and then every next book seems just not as good and then I get into a reading slump. I usually get out of them by reading a good book or a book I am really in the mood fot, although it’s difficult to determine sometimes for what book I am in the mood.
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    • Alise

      It’s really great when that happens, no matter how rare! I’m not sure how I usually get into my reading slumps, sometimes I just don’t feel like reading and it all does downhill from there, ha. EXACTLY!

  14. Delaney

    Oh gosh, yes these are the BEST! And reading manga is always good. I was really sad when I haven’t read manga and went on a anime-fend instead. XD BUT I’m back on reading manga! You should read The One it’s a manhwa..I think…no it’s not cause you read it like manga…I think it’s another Asian part manga-esque. But it’s really good and I am addicted..even if it has so many chapters. XD My ship has finally flown it’s boat. Reading books hasn’t been that nice. Every book I pick seems uninteresting. Maybe it’s because books these haven’t been getting coming out good, or it’s just me? I don’t know. I read a book here and there, I just haven’t been getting a significant urge to go and read anything for a while…Maybe I’ll let myself rest a little longer. ^^ Because now I feel like reading 1Q84 and yeah I think I’m going crazy. XD

    Hope you’re having a wonderful day~<3
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    • Alise

      Thanks! I really need to read more manga and watch more anime, I love it but I have trouble just starting something. Thanks for the recommendations, I really need them. So much I never know what to watch/read. It’s not just you, I was thinking that lately about the debuts. Ooh, I’ve been wanting to read that, it’s intimidating though.

      Thanks so much, Delaney! I hope you are too :)

  15. Summer/Sunny

    I’ve had rainy weather this past week, but unable to read because of scheduling which is frustrating! Because, like you, I think it’s the perfect time to kick back and relax and read. I’ve had the opposite of the reading slump before and it’s FANTASTIC. I haven’t experienced it since December/January though. Must fix asap!
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    • Alise

      Ugh, that is the worst! Perfect reading whether but no time :( I love listening to the sound, mostly. It’s relaxing! Haha, nice! They are indeed pretty rare ;)

  16. Kayla @ The Thousand Lives

    I had a huge Boon last week, but then I finished it with Allegiant and that kind of killed the fervor because I had to take a few days and recover. But I’ve got a few good books planned for my next few read, so hopefully I’ll pick up the pace again :)

    By the way, I love your new design!
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    • Alise

      Ooh, yeah, I hear Allegiant is a killer. *snort* Okay, that was terrible but I couldn’t stop myself xD Someone spoiled it for me so I can totally see how you would need time after that. I’ve only read the first book but now I’m not sure I want to continue knowing the ending.

      Thank you!

  17. Aman

    I don’t even know how that feels right now because I’m in a terrible slump and all I want to do is binge watch some shows (current obsession: True Blood!) and call it a day. Ugh, these periods are the worst, but I remember being in a Reading Rise around the time I read Eleanor and Park and it felt AMAZING!!!
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    • Alise

      Slumps are the ugly cousin of the Boon. Unfortunately, they are more common as well. I’ve never seen that show but a lot of people seem to really like it!

  18. Lindsey

    Right after Christmas I got a whole slew of new books and was practically reading a book a day. Reading, eating and sleeping was all I did for two whole weeks and it was bliss. (P.S.– I love that first internet meme you used, SO ACCURATE)! :)
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  19. ShootingStarsMag

    I can’t remember being in that bad of a reading slump except for when I was younger. I finally found a book I read and it went quick, so I just kept reading after that. I do find times when I’m not that into reading, but they don’t really last that long…taking a break is nice.

    But yeah, I have had “read all the books!!” moments. I like when the weather is a bit nicer so I can sit on the porch. Or, in the summer, I read in the pool, and that makes it go fast.
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    • Alise

      I was the opposite, I never got in a reading slump when I was younger, or even in my early teenage years. Definitely! Love a break.

      Ah, yes. That sounds so nice, love those moments!

  20. Rachael @ Rachael Turns Pages

    That would be awesome. I might go through something like this summer since I haven’t had all that much time for reading in college. I know I love reading outside when it is nice. I disappear and just go sit somewhere and read for a while. My state doesn’t seem to agree with me since we are supposed to get snow tomorrow, but it is beautiful today.
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    • Alise

      Summer is the best time for me too, since everything is so laid-back. College really is a time-sucker, but I’ve been pretty lucky so far. Brr! It’s like 85 here so I can’t imagine snow anywhere ;)

  21. Aimee @ Deadly Darlings

    I get into reading slumps much more often than said reading boon/rise/ascent, which is really sad. D: I usually get into the opposite of a reading slump on breaks/long weekends. Believe it or not, I enjoy reading nonstop while walking more than while lying down. If I know the place well, I’m sure I won’t bump into walls or anything like that. :)
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    • Alise

      Yeah, same here. Too bad it can’t be the other way around!
      That’s a pretty cool trait! I can not read while walking for a long period of time, just like a glance to finish a page. Good exercise though! :D

    • Alise

      I was in a boon when I wrote this but now am in a slump so I definitely share that mentality. Thank you!!

    • Alise

      You must go hunting for one immediately. You have not lived until you have experienced it ;)

      Deadlines are the worst for me, I feel like I purposely miss them just to be a rebel xD Unless it’s super important, of course, haha.

  22. Debz @ Debz Bookshelf

    I’ve been stuck in a reading slump most of this year, and it sucks. I’ve found that audiobooks have helped a lot with me just barely keeping up, but that leaves a mountain of ARCs unread on my shelf. I’m hopeful, though, that I’ll be able to pull myself out of this slump!

    • Alise

      For sure! Slumps never last forever :)
      I recently tried my first audiobook because my motivation to pick up a book was so low and I found myself really enjoying it! But yeah, ARCs. :c

  23. Anya

    Oo oo oo, how about a Reading Boom? Like “Boom, your brain is blown!” :D I think I might of kind of had this last night since I hadn’t planned on finishing Stolen Songbird because it seemed unreasonable and then it was 1am and I had finished it! Now hopefully I can keep that going and actually get some books read this week >.>
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  24. Tanja

    This post is so amazing!! I truly admire your gif usage as whenever I try to find some appropriate I fail. Okay I won’t speak about gif, but I truly love your posts. Now that Reading Boon/Rise/Ascent is something I have experienced as well *whispers* IT’S AMAZING! I love it when I cannot sleep until I finish the book and even though I look and feel like zombie tomorrow it’s totally worth it. Great post! :)
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    • Alise

      Thank you :) What I do is actually look for gifs way in advance and start a collection, that way I can just scroll though and pick what comes to mind. Looking for gifs is fun in itself :D

      Haha, yup! So worth it. I only wish it would happen more often! Although, maybe not since I probably wouldn’t get any sleep at all!

    • Alise

      Ugh, yeah. Hate when that happens. Plus you have no way of stopping that because you have no idea you aren’t going to like a book. Haha, I’m the same way. It seems like the busier I am with stuff the “more” time I have to read ;)

  25. Neysa Kristanti

    I’ve experienced reading slump a few times before, especially when school life turned crazy!
    But when my schedule become a little bit reasonable, I always got that reading-slump-opposite moment, where I can devour three books in two days :D

    But I guess I don’t really have any effective way to get out from my reading slump, though. It was all based on my mood for me. But I do occasionally switching between genres to avoid being bored :)

    And yep, yep, definitely agree that rainy days are best for reading! Interesting discussion, Alise :D

    Neysa @ Papier Revue
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    • Alise

      YES! I tend to still read if I have projects because: procrastination xD I just can’t help myself.

      Yeah, it’s definitely mood for me as well.

      Thank you :D

  26. Kirsty-Marie

    I’m in a total reading slump right now, and it’s pretty bad. Even the books I was so excited to read haven’t gotten me out of it. (Or maybe they just weren’t that good) But, ugh, it’s annoying. The last time I had one of the opposites was with Vampire Academy and that was aaaaages ago. :( But, I’ve had the can’t-put-a-book-down with a few separate books, so that’s something I guess. But still :( I need something to get me out of my slump soon or I’ll have to resort to rereading, blah. Loving the gifs! :)
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    • Alise

      That’s really too bad :( I’m in kind of the same situation but I just have no motivation. Yay VA :D I don’t like rereading when I know I have so much other stuff I am obligated to read :/ Thanks! :D

  27. Emily @ Forever Literary

    Haha! This post made me smile with its great GIFs and images. I have been in the opposite of a reading slump before – for me, they simply hit when I’m reading a series of great books. You would think I would experience them on breaks from school when I have way more reading time, but the opposite is actually true. If I’m not careful, I start forcing myself into the “read ALL the books” mentality just because I have time, and then it starts feeling like a chore. Anyway, here’s to hoping for more anti-reading slumps!
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    • Alise

      Thank you :)
      I tend to read books in a series as they come out so I don’t have much opportunity to binge read but I definitely need to find a series so I’ll love so I can do just that! Ooh, that’s a good point. Also feeling like you aren’t reading enough, which is what I tend to do.

      Haha, yes! *tips glass* :D

  28. Andreea

    Great post again!

    I have experienced a reading slump and the opposite of it too.

    But not very often though. I try to read every night before I go to bed and it has worked fine for me in the past year so that I could avoid reading slumps:)

    Sometimes I pick up great books and then I am so happy that I could read the whole day. ‘One more chapter’ is really all I can think about sometimes:)
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    • Alise

      Thank you!

      I really should get into something like that, it’s a great tip.

      Ah, yes. Love that feeling :)

    • Alise

      Aha, love that term! Yeah, it’s probably during that time I may give books a better rating than they deserve :P Thanks!

  29. Jordan

    I have never had the opposite of a reading slump. I have, however, been in a reading slump since the summer of 2012. Some personal things happened and I compensated by buying books instead o f actually reading them.

    Now my TBR pile has grown excessively and I have got to read myself some books. I am finding it hard, after nearly two years of reading very little, but am persevering. I hope I can read 15 books this month… a lot of books, but it is also a whole month. I don’t know how that is going to go, I haven’t finished one yet! :P
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    • Alise

      Awww :( I’m sorry to hear that! I went through a phase where I just bought books constantly too, ones I wasn’t even interested in.

      That is definitely daunting. I can see why you are having trouble!

  30. Lauren

    YES I have had a reading rise/boon many times and it always seems like I’m seeking it, forever chasing it. :-) Everything you said here is great – changing it up with a funny book or a graphic novel, or getting a friend to buddy read with you so you’re accountable, those are all great ways to get out of a slump. I hope I can get back on the rise where I can’t put books down and devour one after another. I’m feeling a little slumpish after my vacation. By the way, I’m totally late to the game on this I’m sure, but while I was gone it looks like your blog got a makeover—I love the new look! :-)
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    • Alise

      Haha, yeah, it’s definitely elusive. Thanks, I think I definitely need to do buddy reads with someone who can force me to read ;) It seems like everyone is in some kind of slump lately, including us :/ Thank you so much!

  31. Katy

    I love love love reading in rainy weather! I’ve been rereading some books I really like lately and it’s been helping a lot! I feel like I’ve had some good reads lately. I usually don’t recognize I’m in a slump then look back and realize I had some meh reads. But if I read an awesome one and it totally outshines the meh read, that helps! but it’s always better to be in the “gotta keep reading” zone!
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    • Alise

      Some people say the rain makes them feel down but whenever it rains I’m just in the best mood :) That’s good! I’ve been reading a lot of meh reads but I’m hoping to get out of that soon.

  32. Chiara@ Books for a Delicate Eternity

    I don’t know if I’ve ever experienced a reading slump per se, but I’ve definitely gone through stages of reading mediocre books. And I haven’t liked it. I know that every book I read can’t be the new favourite, but I like to read books that make me go: wow. Wow books are good books. It doesn’t even have to be mind blowing. It may just even be one aspect of the book that I liked. But the mediocre slumps are not great.

    The opposite of a reading slump? Yeah, I think I’ve been through one of those. In the Christmas break of last year, I read HEAPS of review copies that I previously kind of had no desire to read. And then I felt really awesome about it. That’s almost happening now but I don’t feel so awesome about it because I really should be writing my thesis rather than be in the opposite of a reading slump, haha.

    I don’t think anything really yanked me out of my slump. I just kept on trying books and I think I eventually just found one that was really good. It was Legend by Marie Lu, if you were curious. I was really lucky because that book is AMAZING and it was just a fresh of great book air after all my mediocre reads. But if I hadn’t read Legend, I would have gone back and reread one of my favourites (I had planned to but then Legend came along). I haven’t reread a favourite book in ages, and I think it would have helped remind me how amazing books can be, and that a new favourite would come my way soon enough (which it did with Legend – hurrah!).
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    • Alise

      Yeah, even if that wasn’t necessarily a slump it’s definitely no fun to read books like that over and over again. I almost were prefer terrible books to mediocre ones. Almost ;)

      That’s great! I love it when you get that productive feeling like that, wish it came more often. Christmas/Summer break is usually a great period of reading for me as well.

      Well, now you’ve totally sold me on Legend. I still have yet to read it but now I have an extra boost!

    • Alise

      Glad to hear that from someone who buddy reads, I’ve been curious about it. Sounds really fun! I could definitely use some motivation now and then. Well, I hope you get another one soon :D

  33. Alyssa @ Diary of a Book Maniac

    I have experienced that reading ascent that you are talking about. I honestly read 3 books (with 300+ pages) in a day (and I look like a sleepwalking zombie the next day). I think that lasted for a week and I’ve read like 10+ books that time. But the side effect of it (yes, it has a side effect to me) was I went through a reading slump (which lasted for almost half a year *cringes*). I think the reason why I ended up in a slump was because my brain has gotten tired of gobbling up books that it just basically shut down every single time I tried to read after that reading ascent. Actually, I just recently gotten over my reading slump (I have We Were Liars by E. Lockhart to thank for that!) but I’m choosing not to read books for now since I’m into reading fanfics right now and my mind is craving for anime fanfics.

    So yep, that was pretty much my experience. Experiencing that reading ascent you’re talking about made me feel LIKE A BOSS *insert awesome gif here* (I know you know what I’m talking about)
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    • Alise

      True enough. There’s always that downside when you come off of reading so much like that, I think. Haha yeah! I’m kind of in that right now, I’ve only been reading manga and book books aren’t really appealing to me right now. I’ll have to check that book out, a lot of people rave about it! SNK fanfics??? :D

      Yep xD

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