Pick Your Pleasure
There has to be a desire to read it in order to put in the time and effort to start reading again. If you begin a book and find your mind wandering or interest lacking for several sessions in a row, there's no shame in putting it down and choosing something else to read. Especially in the beginning, you want to find books that you're looking forward to getting through.
Go for Length
In order to help you develop a regular reading routine, you want to read books or at the very least, long feature-length articles. These are the pieces that improve our focus, concentration and attention skills.
Create a Reading Ritual
Designate a block of time to reading (and the longer you've got, the more you'll benefit). Choose a time when you are least likely to be distracted, be it before bed or during your lunch hour. Find a comfortable place to sit and make something of a ritual out it—this will make you look forward to reading. Throw in a glass of wine or a comfy pillow and you're set.
Keep Your Book Handy
If you want to read more, keep your reading material with you at all times. Bring your book with you throughout the day and anytime you've got a few spare moments, squeeze in a little reading. It passes the time and helps strengthen your "reading muscle."