What do you do if you find yourself wanting to READ more and WRITE less or not write at all???
Is there such a thing as a reading mode or a writing mode?
As far as I know, there isn't a reading mode and a writing mode, but there's nothing wrong with taking a break from writing.
I haven't looked at it that way.
So I must be in some sort of writing break.
Make sure when you are reading to post comments as that really does affect your traffic from hub pages. It is how people get to know you around here. And if you want to write but need ideas, you can answer questions. Even write a hub about them.
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Read all you want! It will give you more ideas!
We learn by reading, ever since we were this big. It's possible to get some inspiration by reading all manner of literature. It's inevitable to hit a writer's block from time to time. Eventually though, you have to get back to writing what you know, perhaps after taking a break and coming back fresh.
Even while you're writing, you're reading..just to check for proper spelling and grammar. , and making sure the story flows nicely.
I have dry spells sometimes where I won't write for months. I've even stopped writing for years at one point. But I always come back to it. Always. I think its important to take breaks. You need to be inspired to write well and if you're not feeling it, you are not going to produce the quality writings that you are capable of. Don't be afraid to stop writing. Reading is an amazing tool for writers. We need to read as much as we write in my opinion. Just my opinion though.
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