One of my recommendations to all people I talk with about reading is to always be reading two books simultaneously: one fiction and one non-fiction. This allows a reader to constantly challenge the mind and enjoy an adventure. A non-fiction book that I recently completed is The Miracle Morning by Hal Elrod.
I recommend this book to anyone who puts off doing anything in life that they really want to do (which is basically everyone). Hal sets out an ideal plan that you can mold to fit your lifestyle. To use myself as an example, I am always saying that I need to read more, stretch more frequently, journal, and have quiet time. But by the end of the day rarely do I ever devote time to any of these things.
After reading The Miracle Morning, I now wake up just a bit earlier and spend ten minutes on each of the tasks mentioned above (sometimes I switch out one of the tasks with a new one to keep things fresh). It's that simple, and now at the end of every day, I can proudly say that I read, stretched, journaled, and relaxed my mind.
Read the book, give it a fair shot (apply for at least 30 days so it becomes a habit), and let me know how it works for you.
-Joey Jones (Author of the highly acclaimed novels A Bridge Apart, Losing London, and A Field of Fireflies)