Hi. I've been writing for the best part of a year now, and I've produced two novels and a third one on its way. I consider them to be rough drafts rather than publishable works due to the fact my writing quality isn't the best (it's not terrible, its semi-decent but it could be better) and I've only done one edit of them. My poor writing quality is due to the fact I received no advanced english training in school (I was home-schooled) and I don't read. I've always struggled with reading. I can write very easily, much easier compared to reading. Not to say I haven't read at all, but when I do read I have to really like the book and struggle greatly to read it. Then the minute the plot does something I don't like I put it down and don't read it again. I also struggle to write and read at the same time, as a result, I've not read more than half a book in a whole year. As a result I have noticed during my writing I tend to repeat phrases/words/sentence structures. I have been told by other writers I should read more. My question is what should I read more of exactly? Since I am in college, learning to drive and writing I would like something which isn't too heavy, difficult or long. Previously I've liked fantasy novels without intense sexual scenes (sex is boring, in my strange opinion) or heavy descriptions (I disliked Lord of the Rings because of that, but I liked The Hobbit). I also prefer if the overall conclusion is positive. I write fantasy with self-growth themes myself. So if there was something anyone knew about which is published and under 100,000 words that fits within my descriptions, telling me about it would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.