Open Book Blog Hop – 28th October   1 comment

Stevie Turner

This week the topic is:

 We’ve talked about writer’s block.  Have you ever had reader’s block?

I used to love reading as a child.  In school holidays Mum and Dad would go off to work, and I’d curl up on the sofa with a book and would often still be there at 2pm when Mum came home.  I read for the pleasure of it, and always had a stack of books to get through.  Books have always been a source of comfort to me.

However, when I began writing novels in 2013, all this changed.  First of all I preferred to write and not read, even though I knew that I should be reading much more than I was.  Secondly, when I read anything I began to find faults as I went along (it had never occurred to me to do this beforehand) and somehow the pleasure of reading was…

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Posted October 28, 2019 by aurorawatcherak in Uncategorized

One response to “Open Book Blog Hop – 28th October

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  1. Thanks Lela for the re-blog.

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