After ploughing through a book and reaching ‘the end,’ you can physically close it and put it down. You can put it back in your personal library, return it to the local library, stand on it in the hopes that … Continue reading
I heard this at a seminar I attended recently, and thought to share. William Faulkner, the American writer from Mississippi, who was also a Nobel laureate, struggled with writer’s block. But that’s not the cool part.
Since I discovered the wonders of free e-books via sites like Project Gutenberg and Google Books, I have been downloading them like crazy. Many of the classics are there for free. Thanks to e-reader apps on my phone like Kobo (which … Continue reading
As you read more and more books, stories, articles, etc, you will notice certain habits e.g. the pace at which you read, the writing styles you prefer or tend to gravitate towards, etc. For me, I have noticed that I … Continue reading