How to Find Your Interests in Reading: A Simple Guide to Get You Started

How to Find Your Interests in Reading: A Simple Guide to Get You Started As Frank Serafini once said, “There is no such thing as a child who hates to read; there are only children who have not found the right book.” Have you ever found yourself saying, “I don’t have any interests. I’m not a reading person. Reading is not for me.” If so, it may be because you think of reading only as something you do in school or as homework assignments. But reading is also a terrific way to discover your interests and find new hobbies. Step 1: Think about what you like to do in your free time. What are your hobbies and interests? What do you like to do for fun in your spare time? Are you a sports fanatic, a nature lover, an avid reader, or a history buff? Do you love to cook, garden or do crafts like knitting or sewing? Perhaps you’re part of a club or group that specializes in a particular hobby or interest. It can be helpful to think about the kinds of things you do in your spare time to help you focus on what interests you have beyond school work. Step 2: Look at the covers of books you like and see what they’re about. Once you have a few interests in mind, go to the bookstore or library and look at the books that appeal to you. You might find that you like the cover art or that it has a title that interests you. Once you have found a few books that you like, take a look at the back covers or inside flap summary to see what the book is about. What subjects does the book cover? What interests does the author express? Is there anything that you find common between the interests you have and the subject matter in the book? Step 3: Ask friends, family and class-mates for recommendations based on your interests. If you find yourself getting stuck in choosing a book at the library or bookstore, ask a friend or family member what books they would recommend. Friends and family know you best and can give you real suggestions for which books would appeal to you based on your interests. Step 4: Try a few different genres that interest you and see what you enjoy most. Reading a variety of different genres and types of books can help you get a sense of what type of literature you enjoy the most. To sum up, With a little practice and experimentation, you should be able to find the type of book you enjoy reading the most. Once you have found a type of book that appeals to you, you can start trying to find a specific book you would like to read. Using these tips and tricks, you can finally discover your interests, find new hobbies, and discover new authors and books to enjoy in your free time.

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