Category Archives: reading for pleasure

Using Reading To Reignite Your Writing

I used Grammarly to grammar check this post, because even though I trained as an editor and a writer, I don’t always see the mistakes and typos in my own work. I think it’s easy, as a writer, to become … Continue reading

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YA fiction The Hunger Games is a fantastic read.

I just finished reading an ARC of The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins, and I have to tell you–it’s an amazing read. It is so well written, so gripping and so moving, I didn’t want to stop reading. It’s one … Continue reading

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Meg Cabot on reading for pleasure

Meg Cabot reminds us of the importance of reading for pleasure–and not judging others by the books that they read for pleasure. Meg used to babysit a girl who would only read the Sweet Valley High books, and her parents … Continue reading

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