Making The Most of Reading

I agree with this article wholeheartedly and am passionate
about the written word (reading and writing!) If only more people who say ‘oh, I don’t read…’ would give it a chance…They don’t know what pleasures they’re missing!

Richie Billing

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“If you don’t have time to read, you don’t have the time (or the tools) to write. Simple as that.”

You’ve probably read this Stephen King quote at some point in your writing career. It’s not a bad bit of advice.

Reading is an important way for a writer to learn the craft. Much of what I’ve picked up has come from seeing how others do things. This article shares some techniques I’ve found helpful to get the most out of reading.

Make time

Life is incessant…

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