** this is my 124th post and thanks to wordpress for suggesting this topic.
Every time i read a book, either it’s a novel, a short story or just any other book about anything, i try and make a point that ‘i’ll finish reading this one’ — especially when i’m very interested on the topic that the book is written about.
when i read a book, i make believe that i’m the protagonist of the story and let my imagination do the rest!
Some of the topics that i’m looking forward in reading a book are about (most importantly) love, death, friendship, family, moral lessons that i’ll get, mysteries, humor and positivity.
I’ve been hooked up with stories such as:
* the undying love stories that goes on and on for ages.
* friendship over Lovers stories.
* detective stories.
* worlds apart love stories.
* comic books. (who doesn’t read one?)
i also read books that are in series or in sequels. I love reading those that are written in novels and then were made into film. I like to see what changes were made or if they did exactly what is written in the novel.
Examples of the books that i have finished reading are:
* The twilight Saga novels written by Stephenie Meyer — Twilight, New Moon, Eclipse and Breaking Dawn. I also got to read the Midnight Sun that had been leaked on the internet before.
* A Series of Unfortunate Events written by Lemony Snicket (Bad Beginning to The End)
* Nicholas Sparks’ The Last Song and Dear John
* The Queen of Babble Series by Meg Cabot
* Sophie Kinsella’s Twenties Girl and Can You Keep A Secret?
* Paulo Coelho’s the Alchemist
* Ann Martin’s The Babysitter’s Club books.
* Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes
* Jeff Kinney’s Diary of a Wimpy Kid
Reading is learning. Whatever lesson we may get on what we read, we should know what values to keep and what to just leave on those pages.