I generally think in pictures so when I write and allowing it to cool before reread it several times after it has cooled it does bring clarity of how I present it to others. Many times even after I think it is what I want to say and I reread it I find a need to edit it because something is exactly the picture I am describing.
by Daisy Mariposa4 years ago
If you have ever read a book in its entirety which you reread at a later date, what was the book?Why did you reread it?
by buckleupdorothy6 years ago
Do you reread books (once, twice, every year)? If so, which ones and why?
by Christin Sander2 years ago
How often do you revamp or reread your old writing?I've been doing a lot of updates lately to my website and I'm starting to rework some hubs as well. When I go back and reread, I always find something I can...
by Leah Kennedy-Jangraw4 years ago
What is your favorite childhood/young adult book that you can still enjoy rereading as an adult?I just got an annotated version of 'The Phantom Tollbooth' by Norton Juster, illustrations by Jules Feiffer. I...
by hagsvilleUSA5 years ago
What book did you read as a child that you might reread as an adult?I'm looking lately to supplement my reading with some childhood favorites -- mostly for nostalgia, but who knows where it'll lead.
by M. T. Dremer3 years ago
Do you re-read your writing for fun?This can apply to any kind of writing, be it a non-fiction hub or a genre fiction novel. But, do you ever find yourself going back and just reading your old stuff? Without,...
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