16 February 2010

USF's Lit2Go

I wrote an article recently about reading as writers.

One of the reasons it's important for writers to read is to learn new things, as well as deepen their understanding of familiar things.  Reading also opens you up to a whole world of experience without even leaving your local library.  And, of course, reading literature is a great way to do that.

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  1. I love to read - fiction mostly - but also all sorts of things from history to politics. One thing I've always found ironic however, is that as a writer I've never much liked to read things written in the same style or genre that I myself enjoy writing in. Wierd, huh?

  2. Lots of people are that way. It's good, though, especially if you write "heavy" fiction.


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