Do Your Part To Encourage Reading

These are all wonderful suggestions. Does anyone have any other ways you’ve gotten your kids to read? Maybe they would work for grown-ups as well.

Writing and Illustrating

novel conclusions2Christi Gerstle over at Novel Conclusions had a great post about what we can do to encourage reluctant readers.

I didn’t know that only 25% of adults go a whole year and never read a book.

As Writers, I think it is in our best interests if we remember that and try some of her techniques to try to turn that dismal statistic around.

She asks if you have any ideas you can add to her list of her five ideas.

How have you been successful in encouraging friends to read?  What could we add to this list?

Let’s put on our thinking caps and try to grow her list.

http://novelconclusions.com/2013/08/25/getting-reluctant-readers-reading-grown-up-edition/

  • Do not (publicly) judge what others are reading; it doesn’t pay to be discouraging.  It might horrify me a bit that my teenage cousin is reading some disgusting political propaganda book, but at least she’s reading something.  I’m sure there are…

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