Reading is not for everyone. And that is totally alright. No need to feel bad about it, or force yourself to read a book and suffer through it. Reading is supposed to be a pleasant, relaxing and thrilling experience. That’s why we have compiled four books for people who hate reading. Maybe, just maybe, you will enjoy one of these.
Dear Diary by Lesley Arfin
Lesley Arfin does not hold anything back when talking about her addiction. Even in the darkest of sections, she always manages to find light and bring her own sense of humor to the situation. This unique book turns something so inconceivable to something completely relatable in terms of feelings of self-loath, awkwardness and insecurity, the struggles that many young teenagers go through while figuring themselves out.
Dancer From The Dance by Andrew Holleran
Dancer From The Dance is a unique homosexual fiction story. It takes place in New York during the 1970s. It depicts a story of homosexuality that will completely take you in. It is both funny, sad, exciting, vivid and quiet. It is full of feelings and makes for a great read for anyone who has feelings.
A Good Man Is Hard To Find (And Other Stories) by Flannery O’Connor
Flannery O’Connor’s stories are usually about Southern Gothic misery, there is always a character who is dying and there is always a religious aspect to the stories. Even if this is not your usual taste, you will without a doubt love her unique stories. The most talented writers know how to get you hooked on something you would otherwise not be interested in.