A wealth of knowledge abounds in reading. Blessed are those who thirst for knowledge for they shall learn, unlearn, and relearn when they read.
Getting a writing mentor is one recommended way of fixing your writing problems. Not only does the mentoring relationship guide you to a desired goal, it affords you the chance to tap from the wealth of experience of accomplished authors.
More than ever before, sieving this information in other to get hold of the most valuable ones is the BIGGEST challenge. This is why we don't read without suggestions from members, all books go through proper review and selection.
Nothing motivates more than hearing personal success story from the successful individual.
Reading can have a positive effect on your mind. It opens your mind and consciousness to the different possibilities that exist in this realm.
Think of a memoir as a unique form of autobiography that covers key moments of an individual's history, bothering on experiences that shaped an individual.
Statistics reveal that about 10% of knowledge from a book is retained after 24 hours, but applying the knowledge gained makes the reading experience more significant.
When you read with an open mind, the words can reach into your heart and change your previous narrative. One should, however, note that some texts can influence you negatively.
A book comes alive when you are engrossed in it, enraptured by the dancing diction, swaying words, and relatable themes. At times, you connect with the text in such a way that you become one with the book—an invisible yet visible character.
As usual, I shared a short piece on Facebook, and a friend remarked that I wrote like Khalil Gibran. In his words, “Sincerely, I love reading from you. You write like Khalil Gibran.”