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We all know that we have our own ways to relax and release stress and the most common way is by reading books. It could be fictional or non-fictional. But today we are going to talk about books that teenagers read in common which are novels. Novels are long work of narrative fiction which is typically published as a book and may be defined as the representations of human life that are expressed using the art of literacy. There are a lot of genres of novels. There’s romance, sci-fi, horror, thriller, comedy, drama, and many more. People may choose any genre based on their taste in novel genres. Some movie stories that we know are some taken from novels. One of the example is Refrain.
Refrain is an Indonesian novel that is written by Winna Efendi. This novel’s genre is romance and it is suitable for teenagers who loves romantic stories. This novel was released in 2009. This novel story tells us about 3 friends, Niki, Nata and Anna who secretly have feelings for each other but do not want to express it because they are afraid of being hurt by one another. The story in this novel is quite light and easy to understand. The plot is simple but the author is able to convey stories with writing that make this story interesting. Apart from that which makes this novel look different from, the packaging is unusual, simple by simply attaching a blue envelope and at the same time being the cover. “It’s always been you” is the message in the envelope. The movie ‘Refrain’ was originally from the novel but in my opinion, the novel is better than the movie and that is why i am suggesting this novel.
There are still a lot of novels out there. A lot more interesting novels to read out there. I know that some of you are very lazy to read novels and some of you rarely read them. Here are some tips from me to reading WAY more books this year.
1. Don’t make towering reading goals.
If you’re not a voracious reader then don’t commit yourself to reading more books than you can handle. In other words, don’t set lofty goals goals that you probably can’t achieve.
Start by setting a reading goal that is easily attainable – such as reading just one book per month or 20 pages a day. If you’re already breezing through a book a month then jump up to two. When you’re not over-committing, you’ll find that the reading experience is less stressful and more enjoyable. I’ve found a really interesting thing. If your reading is not stressful, you will be able to concentrate and read really fast.
2. Read novels that you actually enjoy.
If you’re not reading novels that are not according to you’re interest, you may end up getting lazy and eventually stop reading. But If what you’re reading novels that are according to your interest, you will eventually keep reading and reading until the end of the novel.
3. Use technology to your advantage.
Personally, I love physical books and studies have found that reading print leads to better comprehension and retention compared to computer screens. But, sometimes carrying a book around isn’t easy or convenient. Today you can read a book on your iPad or Kindle while traveling. Even listening to an audiobook through Audible or iBook, whatever, while working out. In short, using technology gives you more opportunities to digest even more books throughout the year.
I just want to get that novel i saw a month ago and read it peacefully