It's the end of the school year, and I've been hearing a lot of book bloggers and readers in school talking about the end of the year crush and the reading slumps it's brought. I too have fallen into this, but I'm trying to fight my way out of it! For some context, I read nine books in April and only 3 books in May. I figured I'd write a little about reading slumps and how to get out of them as I'm hoping to be coming out on the other side of my own! Below, I'm breaking down different stages of my reading slumps and then setting out the books I'm looking forward to reading this month. Book Hangover I honestly think that my reading slump started with a book hangover. I'd just finished The Best Lies by Sarah Lyu which I devoured super quickly and loved. It's bright and engage and bold. None of the books I picked up afterwards felt intense enough or real enough for me to fall head over heels into. I proceeded the only way I knew how: To
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