7 Quick Reads That Will Make You Fall In Love With Books Again


Reading books, fiction or non-fiction, makes us experience a whole new world, but sometimes our own world engulfs us with so much work that we don’t get time to even look at a book let alone be able to read it.

What is worse is that whenever we do try, we are unsure of where to start from. But fret not, if you are someone who has been wanting to get back to the habit of reading but don’t know how, here are seven quick reads that will help you ease into it.

Pyjamas Are Forgiving

This Indian fiction novel is written by actor Twinkle Khanna. It’s funny, witty and an easy read that you will be able to finish in just two-days, for real.


If you are looking to read – what we like to call – a feel good book, then Eat.Pray.Love by Elizabeth Gilbert is your best bet.

The book is a memoir that chronicles the author’s trip across India, Italy and Indonesia. A story of self-discovery that will keep you hooked throughout.

The Last Song

If you are someone who loves reading, then you must have read Nicholas Sparks at least once in your life.

So, the best way to pick up that reading habit is by getting your hands on one of Sparks’ bestsellers The Last Song. The young adult fiction is about a 17-year-old teenager and her story of love that of parents, lovers and friends.

Still Alice

Written by Lisa Genova, Still Alice is a story of a 50-year-old woman’s sudden onset of Alzheimer’s disease that changes her life.

It’s a captivating novel that portrays a story of how a married Harvard professor with three young children, struggles to manage her lifestyle and live in the moment with a disease that only worsens with each passing time.


This fiction by Rainbow Rowell is a page-turner, keeping you on the edge with every chapter. The author manages to create authentic and likable characters that portray friendship in the digital age.

You are guaranteed to experience a range of emotions with this novel.

How to Get Filthy Rich in Rising Asia

Looking to restart your reading habit with a Pakistani author? We have got you covered. Get your hands on How to Get Filthy Rich in Rising Asia by Mohsin Hamid.

Hamid tells a story of a poor boy’s quest for wealth and love, a fictional satire that highlights the inequality and poverty in South Asia.

Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me? (And Other Concerns)

Watching Mindy Kaling on the screen is always refreshing, the actor knows her audience well and manages to stay relatable to every age group.

Now imagine, reading a book written by her about her own journey? It sure is going to make you fall in love with her all over again.

What books would you recommend? Tell us in the comments below. 

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