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People often ask the question: Is reading a hobby? Let me tell you that it is! Here you will find the ultimate list of reasons why reading is a good hobby!

How can I improve my reading as a hobby?
Other than that, try these tips to cultivate a lifetime reading habit:
  1. Set times. You should have a few set times during every day when you’ll read for at least 5-10 minutes and then when you enjoy it you will read for longer.
  2. Always carry a book something that you can read on the go, try to make it an easy book to read, the more difficult ones require more consistent attention and are likely to put you off unless you can dedicate your time and attention.
  3. Make a list of books you would like to read.
  4. Find a quiet place and let your mind and imagination get lost in the book.
  5. Reading stimulates your mind and captivates your imagination.
  6. It is also good for your memory and it will help you improve your memory.
  7. In the COVID-19 era – training your mental muscle is more important than ever.

Take a review of our books and let’s enjoy the power of creative writing through to end of 2020 and the future.

  1. Reduce television/Internet. …

Britain’s shortest-serving prime minister, Liz Truss, has written a book about her 49 days in office. And no one is really sure why. 

This country has endured more than 13 years of Tory governments, experiencing years of austerity, economic turmoil and social divisions, and on top of that, we now get to hear the thoughts of the woman who sent the markets into meltdown amid a spiralling cost of living crisis and standards of living in apparent freefall. 

Liz Truss – the woman who was outlasted by a lettuce, the woman who almost crashed the economy, resigned from office less than two months after she entered it. 

Many are wondering if she could really have enough to write an entire book and if she does, why on earth would she want to remind anyone about her time in office? This is the leader who recorded the lowest-ever prime minister approval rating in the history of Britain.