Bloggers around the Internet have declared July 2016 as the #PotterMonth -my new favorite month-. With so many long-waited releases starting this summer, I found it fitting to write about the interesting Harry Potter facts I learned from articles written by J.K. Rowling -after the books-.
So, you bought a famous classic book that you really want to read someday? And you are starting to wonder if someday will really come? I know that feeling. There's a deluxe version of Anna Karenina looking skeptically at me every time I stand in front of my bookshelf, because I've been avoiding it. I don't worry, though. I've learned to deal with this "I want to read the classics but not right now, thank you" feeling. I hope my findings might be useful for you!
The famous quote by Frank Zappa "So many books, so little time" might be the most popular saying among book lovers. A busy schedule, post-book hangovers and lack of inspiration are some of the reasons why we are not reading as much as we would like, that's why I compiled this list with 10 tips and resources to read more books (or die trying).