Hello, readers and writers!
Lately, I’ve been having a hard time reading something new! I have summer school, writing, a student worker job, and I just started an internship. Having no time to read definitely isn’t ideal because I love reading so much, and I enjoy writing my reviews to catalog the amazing books I’ve been able to read.
Right now, I’m rereading a book. Claire Kingsley’s next book in the Miles Family Series is coming out July 20th, so I wanted to reread Broken Miles. I had really enjoyed the story the first time, and I’m already finding awesome quotes that I hadn’t noticed the first time through. I think that’s the fun part about rereading novels.
I enjoy rereading a novel if I really love that author. Sometimes I can’t get a book out of my head so I’ll read it again for that reason, but it really just depends. I have reread Sarah Dessen, Claire Kingsley, and Stella Rhys multiple times. They write books I just can’t stop thinking about. Sarah Dessen is more of when I was younger because she writes YA, but she’s the reason I first started loving romance and fiction targeted towards girls/women.
So do you all reread novels? And what needs to be the requirement to reread it? Does it have to be an author you absolutely love? Does it just have to be a book you own? Also, what makes you decide to reread them?
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Until next time 🙂