I can’t say I’ve made it a habit to read a book in the middle of the day, but I have always enjoyed the idea of spending time with a book. That’s what this blog is all about.
I also read a lot and I tend to do it when I dont have to. Like when I get home from work each day I tend to read a chapter of a book I’ve been given, or maybe an entire book.
As a result, Ive always been a huge fan of reading, and Ive read a lot of books. Ive made the habit of reading a book in the middle of the day, and have always wondered how many hours a day I should spend with that particular novel. I can’t say that Ive ever thought of it too much. But when I read a book, I tend to spend a lot of time thinking about it.
This is a tricky thing. One of the things that makes reading so rewarding is that it allows me to think about a book in much more detail than I would normally. This is because I can look at the same line of text over and over again. I can really get into the story, or I can look at it in a new light, and this new angle can really change how I look at it.
Also, I dont think you have to read to enjoy the book. I think you have to understand the story, and you have to find a way to appreciate the writing. The more you read and understand, the more you will appreciate the writing. In fact, I think you will want to read the book again in the future, because you will have learned a lot from it. And because you will have become a more engaged reader.
The best part of the book for me was the final portion in which the author shows how he actually made his writing better. I really enjoyed it. I think you can do that by following the writing (and not just reading) through. It’s like reading a book as if you were a movie.
But in all seriousness, you might want to pay attention to the author’s writing in the future. You will learn a lot from it. You will also become a better reader for it. Which, honestly, is what you should be doing with any writing. It helps you learn your craft.
I would be remiss if I didn’t mention that a lot of the things he said about his writing were not true. He would have written the post more eloquently had he not been a perfectionist. He would have been a better writer if he had not been so obsessed with the idea of “perfection.” He would have been a better writer if he had not been so afraid of losing his place in his writing.
And it comes down to this: If you’re going to write, the more you write, the better you become. The more you write, the longer you write, the more you get to know yourself, the more you get to be better.
I think there is a lot of truth to Charles Bukowski’s famous quote about writing. If you try to write about something that you know nothing about, you just might be writing about it for years.