I follow a lot of writers online. Medium is one of the places where I find inspiring writers. I follow best-selling authors and read their blogs to find inspiration. Ryan Holiday is one of my favorite authors. I was reading his blog this morning and stumbled upon his article on writing. He says that wanting […]
One of my first articles in this blog was: 5 Ways You Can Start Reading More Books In that article, I had discussed some easy and effective ways that I use to read more books. This is a “part 2” version of that article. I read books every day. Most days, I read multiple books.
The most basic question we are asked in our childhood is, “What do you want to become when you grow up?”. I remember giving different answers to this question – doctor, engineer, musician, and even a policeman (because I would be able to carry a gun). With time, my answers kept on changing, but deep
Books have always been a part of our lives, from learning ABCs to solving complex Mathematics problems to reading about famous people. When we were children, the school textbooks were all we had. We had no choice but to study them. Some we liked others not so much. I used to prefer books with pictures