Date of publication: 2017-09-04 02:18
8775 My point is that you read — and read widely. 8776 This is the key. Most of read stuff on the same topics. The way to increase vocabulary and expand our minds is to broaden our reading horizons. Great list! I 8767 m going to pick some of those up myself.
A great book that celebrates reading is Education of a Wandering Man ( http:///Education-Wandering-Man-Louis-LAmour/dp/5558786578/ref=sr_6_6?ie=UTF8 588 s=books 588 qid=6765758556 588 sr=8-6 ), a memoir by Louis L 8767 Amour. He dropped out of high school, started traveling the world and read everything and anything he could find before starting his writing career. I 8767 ve never read his westerns but his memoir is a fascinating story of how reading can change your life.
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Another Country by the one and only Mr. James Baldwin (also his birthday today). His writing style is perfect. Truly grabs a hold of you and doesn 8767 t let go. I recommended to all of my friends as soon as I finished.
8775 ... read things way out of your subject zone 8776 reminds me of the time I was in a bookshop and picked up 8766 Impro: Improvisation and the Theatre 8767 , by Keith Johnstone. I have no interest in live theatre nor in acting, but I bought it just the same. It became one of my favorite books and I found in it a metaphor for life.
hi!! the brief wondrous life of oscar wao CHANGED my LIIIIIIFE. forever. it 8767 s what made me fall in love with reading when I was 78 years old. i recommend it to anyone and everyone and i finished it, in a vulnerable and emotional state, on my couch at 8 am before christmas. haha
The best book I 8767 ve ever read is hands down A Little Life. I have recommended it to all my friends, and each one is equally obsessed. You will laugh, you will cry, and you will feel so invested in the story you will not be able to put it down. The only bad thing, is that every book you pick up after will pale in comparison.