Going Through a (Con)Temporary Addiction

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Guys, I’m in a crisis right now.

I’m reading way too much contemporary.

It’s not a bad thing I know, but I really want to read something in fantasy or paranormal maybe even dystopian but my brain is telling me “NO MUST READ CONTEMPORARY” because its worried that I will hate the fantasy/paranormal book I’l read and I’ll go back to my anti-reading of last year.

Contemporaries are just so addictive though. They’re so easy to get through because they’re light and fun.. They feel like warm butter on the crunchy toast of fantasy, something to keep things interesting. It’s not a matter of how many days will I need to finish them, it’s a matter of how many hours they will last. They’re so easy to get through and I’ve gotten lazy to get through fantasy introductions. It’s not my fault that contemporaries are just so cute and fluffy and adorable…

I love fantasy and dystopian and paranormal but the problem is, I can’t find any that I want to read. So to all you book lovers out there, recommend me your favourite fantasy, dystopian and/or paranormal reads or I’l be forever drowning in the contemporary feels.


Author: Prima

Still crazy obsessed with High School Musical and is still disappointed real life high school did not involved as much singing and dancing. Almost 18 but relates to 5 year olds. Super cynical about Disney movies and kdramas but still loves them. Blogs about books and feels.

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