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Happy – You Know a Book Can Do it For You

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Happiness really can be found inside a book. The secret is to find the book that touches your heart. It is an intimate and personal thing to find a book that truly makes you happy. The right book can make your heart sing.

Find a book that makes you happy – it doesn’t have to be “good” for you.

Find a book that makes you happy - it doesn't have to be "good" for you.Many people don’t read or are not happy with books because they have not found books that speak to their hearts. If you want to get into reading and books, start with the last book you remember liking. It doesn’t matter if it is a Dr. Seuss book from your childhood. It doesn’t matter if it is volume seven of the United States Tax Code. Get a copy of the last book you remember liking and read it again. On my bookshelves and my e-readers I have copies of books I have enjoyed at various stages throughout my life. On my desk shelf, at eye level, I have a copy of selected poems by Langston Hughes that is almost 20 years old, falling apart, has pages bent and is being held together with a rubber band. That book is a treasure and not a month goes by that I don’t flip through and read it even though I know almost the entire book of poems by heart.

In order to find a book that makes you happy, pick a book about a topic you like. No matter what it is you like, there is a book about it. If you want to read, simply to for the joy of reading, don’t worry about what others are reading. Instead, read what you like. There is nothing wrong with reading only what you like. For example, when it comes to movies, I like a happy ending. I cannot stand a movie without a happy ending. However, I will never read a romance story and it doesn’t bother me if a book ends on a sad note.

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20 thoughts on “Happy – You Know a Book Can Do it For You”
  1. As an avid reader, I truly appreciate this post! My goal is to read 50 books every calendar year. I started in 2015 and it was a success!

    Lisa Favre
    http://marblecrumbs.com

  2. I have not had or should I say made time for a book besides the Bible in a while. I need to really get myself reading again to relax.

  3. I try to choose a variety of books. I like to switch it up. Maybe a mystery today, a thriller tomorrow…

  4. i have always love reading. since i started to blog i dont get to as much but it is such a fav past time of mine.

  5. When it comes to books I ALWAYS read the last page first. Some think it would ruin the book- but it actually compels me to read!

  6. I always love reading but never have any time for it. I have piles of books that I say I’m going to finally read!

  7. I love to read and make time for it daily….even if it’s just a few pages a day.

  8. I like to relax in a hot bath with a good book. I always have the next book i want to read ready to go.

  9. I love to read! I don’t get to read often though. I need to get back to the library and find a good book. I stopped reading after a while back because I hardly had any time. I need to make the time because I really do enjoy reading.

  10. I absolutely love reading! I’m perfectly content with a frap and a book at a park or at my local starbucks!

  11. I love to read. I was reading novels at the age of 8 or 9. Time is now an issue and wish I had more of it. When I find a good book , I won’t put it done until the end. I’ve stayed awake all night reading a book that I’m so attached to.

  12. Ugh, I tell you, there are times that I get so involved in the book that I am reading that I feel it to my bones and into my life, so this makes sense. I love reading uplifting books, ones that I can’t put down.

  13. I wish I liked to read, but my friends are all readers and they recommend books to me all the time. I need to find the book that makes me happy!

  14. I don’t read at all. I truly do not enjoy it, but my husband is the exact opposite. He reads 5 or 6 books a month.

  15. I absolutely love to read when I have the chance. It’s hard to find quiet time to relax with a good book though. A good book definitely improves my mood!

  16. I taught myself how to read at the age of two and I’ve never looked back. I have more books than places to put them!

  17. I haven’t read a good book in so long! But totally agree, when I choose my books, I like choosing books that bring me joy!

  18. I am currently reading 2 books. I always find books I like and they don’t usually make me happy but these latest two do!

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