I think…

Hey World,

I love to read a good book. I think anyone does but that doesn’t make you a big reader. You can go without. I use to be a big reader and I really like reading the stuff the author post on their page and how they got their inspiration etc. Its a journey per say. I know this is declaring myself a super nerdy but I knew that already and you do too. Anyways, theirs something I notice that all authors put on their page. They tell readers  that want to get some advice in writing a book to “read a lot of books and keep on reading a lot of books.” I always thought that, “of course we want to and do read a ton of books.”  But their was a point in my life that I stop and all those amazing stories running around my head slowly stop. To the point that the stories I actually wrote down are half finished forgotten. I try to keep writing but I don’t have that constant imagination running like I had.

The reason I’m writing this is because I finally found a book I couldn’t put down. It was amazing. I felt so full of emotion and connection to the book and its characters. It was awesome; it felt like dejavu. I went to the authors page and read that little line again and I got it. The reason why my inspiration, my imagination had died out was because I stop feeding it. I had given up on books and it in turn had given up on me. So today so many days, month and years later… I get it. So now I have to get back on the wagon and start getting nerdier because I want to read and I want to write again.




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