|How Books Work
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|Author:||vizitelly [ Tue Dec 04, 2018 12:09 pm ]|
|Post subject:||How Books Work|
What seems interesting is the effect a piece of writing has on a reader. I was wondering about the idea of favourite writers and thought that it was probably a misdirection - it's unlikely that everything a particular writer produces will be good, plenty of work is churned out to fulfil contracts or simply to get paid on piece rate. It's probable, then, that mostly we like one or maybe a few, books by the same writer. Why? Is it technical - the writer's style? Or is it that the book or poem or article has spoken what we take to be a truth, has moved us in some profound way that we can't necessarily articulate? Has a specific piece of writing you have read made you change your mind about something you have long believed and held dear?
|Author:||jessicabrown [ Mon Feb 11, 2019 2:03 am ]|
|Post subject:||Re: How Books Work|
Its good hobby to read books to get your mind and thinking enlightened up. There is no other better way than just having a book with hot cup of coffee in winter in long nights as a great companion. As they say "I see a book, I see a coffee and I see a good day ahead". As a content analyst I render Essay writing service to medical students and I know how important is this to read books to sharpen and nourishing writing skills. More you read more knowledge you gain more your authoring skills are flourished. I believe a reader lives thousands lives before he dies.
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