Who loves to read books? It is becoming more and more popular on hubpages, people who love to write stories such as myself. I am amazed at how many hubbers write actual books here like myself. I write all kinds of stories from science-fiction, horror,to fantasy, even stories about dragons. Did you like the series Earth 2? I wrote some stories about that cool show too, so come and see, and read away. Its all free. Who said that nothing comes for free anymore?
I think a lot of things come for free.
free words, free thoughts, free irresponsibility.....
I love to read and am a writer of short stories and taking a stab at my first novel. I know that getting published is daunting, and have taken the first steps in getting some of my short stories published (whew!). If you are a writer I would suggest joining a local writing group, as myself I have recently joined my local chapter of RWA which is a great way to get some personal support and great tips from others who are in the process of writing or have been published!
I LOVE to read books. My nose stuck in a book is what interested me back in HS to start writing my own stories. And yes tehy totally sucked back then but hey I was jsut learning and am still learning today as I continue to write my stories.
I love to read and you know what they say "the best things in life are free"
Love to read - when I get the chance :-) My husband calls me "Book Worm" all the time - actually he's just as bad as I am (maybe worse).
I love to read and I love to write! I believe I write more then I read sometimes and I have love it since I have been a child, my nose was always in a book and still is.
I am going to have to throw a wrench in the gears here but I hate reading LOL Ill do it only because of the fact I like to learn. However I learn much faster via a video then reading myself. I guess its just about everyones different learning types.
I love to read - but not books.Instead i love to read through RSS.RSS has become my favorite
Bring on the cross-eyed and squinting at the pages if need be! Won't stop til I can't see the words
I can read reading, but I can't read writing!
Love books, they can take you next door or to galaxies far far away!
I love to read, getting engrossed in a good books allows me to escape into another world.
I mostly read chick lit
Best time for me to read a book is in the tub. I learned to do that due to the fact I get rectal spasms and the hot water soaking helps, plus I take 500 mg vitamin c at least twice a day. Is good for the rear end. But it is soothing to read in the tub.
I used to be an avid reader, but during my workaholic years I never had time, so I am so happy to be returning to reading.
Reading is such a better pastime than watching television.
Reading offers the reader an escape, a mini-vacation.
by Jennifer 7 years ago
If you had to choose from being able to only read books, or only write, which would it be?I don't want to leave my answer yet, because I am interested in reading what you all have to say first!
by Billie Kelpin 6 years ago
Are you a writer who reads or a writer who doesn't read?Almost every article on how to become a good writer emphasizes the necessity to read, read, read. I am not a reader per se; I can't sit down with a novel and almost never read purely for enjoyment. I get all of my information from...
by nakmeister 6 years ago
Do you read books for pleasure, and if so what kind do you like to read?Do you read just one genre or lots?
by moham.ramees 6 years ago
Is there any best way to motivate children to read books?I am a teacher. My students show poor interest to read books.
by Pov 9 years ago
Why can't sleep at night, if I read books a lot at the day?At the day I like read newspaper, books, magazines because I want to know hot news that is happening. my reading make me can't sleep at night and make me very tired in the morning. can you tell me solution?
by Joseph Franklin Dunkin Jr 8 years ago
Let's support our own efforts by reading each other's short stories, then leaving a comment at the bottom of the hub (pro or con). I have three stories posted at jfrankdunkin.hubpages.com. They are, "The Baroness of Haut De Cagnes", "Recess, the Podium Light", and...
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