You ever become an incredibly anxious ball of sad that just needs a pick-me-up book? Welcome to my world, where I sometimes struggle to get going, and just need a little palate cleanser. Hence, my guilty pleasure books.
So I specifically have one (Dream Factory by Brad Barkley and Heather Hepler) on the blog already because I wanted to talk about something so outrageously silly after the really heavy book before it.
Guilty pleasure books are books that I really love to read repeatedly, but am not that proud to talk about how many times I have read it. Let’s be real, we are more than comfortable to talk about The Fault in Your Stars over and over (planning to work on a review soon!), but we don’t really talk about those books that we don’t think have a public following or acceptance behind it. Hence, guilty pleasure.
If you are an avid reader, you really really REALLY need at least 1 guilty pleasure book. Just find something that helps you get back into the active mind to read. Thanks to the extreme number of books I read, I have quite a few, but you don’t need any more than 1. Find your guilty pleasure book that helps you center yourself in the book universe.
Now that I sound like I just went to church, I would love to see which books you consider your guilty pleasure! Feel free to leave a comment or find me on my social media. Also, feel free to e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to talk privately! And as always, I will see you all at the next book!