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The first tip to improve your writing is to read more. Turn off social media blurbs and read real and deep content. Read books, read short stories, read articles, read blogs and read anything that requires extra thinking on your part. The more you read the more you will absorb the writing process. Find books that are similar and notice how authors use different ways to describe the same thing.Read More
Speed reading — the act of reading extremely quickly in order to cover many sentences and words at once — has become a somewhat controversial topic in recent years.
In the past, there was a time when speed reading was considered a skill for the super intelligent or business savvy. However, lately the skill has been questioned by some as causing reduced comprehension. A slow reading movement has begun. The slow reading proponents encourage deeper thinking and taking as much time as is needed to fully comprehend the written materials. There are also supposed benefits to slow reading such as curbing stress and improving brain neural connections.Read More
For avid readers, it seems intuitive that reading yields wonderful benefits. However, there are also several studies providing scientific data to support these claims. Take a look and then get started on a new favorite novel!Read More
4 Benefits Of Joining A Reading Group Or Book Club
Have you been considering joining a reading group or book club? Here is a list of four useful benefits you can expect from such an activity:
1. Intellectual Stimulation
One thing is for sure, participating in a book club will lead to exposure to new ideas. These may have profound implications on your life, or may cause alarm. In any case, the intellectual stimulation experienced at a reading group will renew your thinking.