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Little jinx a reader must break


Most reader sometimes experience set back in their reading life, they feel like taking a break, when they ought not to, some what define gratification on their reading habit, but the most deadly of all is the reading fatigue that make a reader feel bore after taking two to three days break out of reading.

Yes reading is time and energy consuming and only those that have crack it notch will never want to take a break from it. the jinx i want to introduce you to the  jinx of cracking the reading notch, and the notch is reading fatigue. if you are a type that love fiction or the type that get fascinated with poetry this is a big blow for you, just pick a book of your interest and read it with the intention of criticizing the author,look for the author myopic view of illustration. with this you will read to the end with a full knowledge of what to say about the benefit and flaws of the book, and fattiness will never come your way ever again.

If you find this tips helpful or you have other way that work too, consider dropping a comment


Welcome to my world, I'm Yusuf Lekan Olanrwaju, the curator of TheBookFetch, i'm a literary enthusiast, a Poet, a book promoter. I am currently finishing up Physics major degree at the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, and i graduated summa cum launde in Physics/Electronics from the prestigious Kwara State Polytechnic Ilorin, formerly Kwara College of Technology Ilorin. If you ever asked yourself: “How can I become an avid reader?” “How can I learn and use blogging to achieve my writing dreams?” “How can I become a published author?” “How can I book reading engagement with my audience?” “How can I have an inspiring book shelf “How can I discover my true self and boost my confidence?” … you’re in the RIGHT place! Here is where I train people on how to find solace by reading books, help writers reach their audience, share my story of failure and frustration, help you with writing contests and tips to win them. Would you like connect with me? then follow me on twitter, google+, LinkedIn or facebook.


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