By Nick Daniels
Do you ever get tired of reading? Probably not--I know I don't!
But just like food, I sometimes get tired of the same type of books and crave for something different.
For a season I would be drooling over a good mystery or even a sci-fi novel; other times I would only be interested in clever nonfiction, books on writing and marketing, or inspirational books. You know, like a couple of months ago when all I read were books on Christian living, as I was in search for a deeper relationship with God. And yes, there are those times when all I want to read is the Bible and I can't get past a few pages of that novel sitting on the shelf.
So, I've discovered that through the year, my soul would move into different reading seasons--the spring of fiction, the summer of spiritual readings, the autumn of nonfiction, and the winter when I will just watch movies instead.
What about you? Do you have reading seasons? Where are you right now?
Nick Daniels is a suspense novelist and podcast host. If he were stranded on a desert island with one book, it would have to be the Bible, but hopefully a version with an appendix on how to survive in a desert island (or how to build a cruise ship).