I like to read. A lot.

I am an absolute bookworm. When I was younger and had hours of time to spare, I would read 2-3 large books (at least two- three hundred pages) every week. I read so much that there was actually a year when I was about 10 years old that I had trouble finding things to read because I had already read all of the age appropriate things available. Now, when I am looking for good books, I have found that finding a concise and honest book review is extremely hard. Whether I’m looking for a review on the newest fantasy book or an old leadership book, it is extremely hard. Now don’t get me wrong, there are plenty of book reviews out there, but they end up giving away really important details or they are just so long you don’t want to finish reading the whole thing. My goal through my book reviews is to give you a brief summary of the book and then tell you what aspects I liked and what I didn’t. Just to give you a general idea of what types of book reviews I will be posting, I’m going to tell you what kinds of books I read. In the fiction category, I tend to read fantasy, romance, and crime/spy novels. When it comes to nonfiction reading, I like to read books about leadership, self-improvement, and things of that sort. My book reviews will be maybe once or twice a month because with my schedule, my reading time is minimal. However, I will be posting at least once a month and I will alternate what types of books I am reading so you can get a variety of opinions in a variety of categories.

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Until next time, let this following quote make you smile – “I’m not addicted to reading. I can stop as soon as I finish one more chapter.” 

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