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Does it help me to read?
It seems to be the way some folks think, but I haven't seen that it actually does something for someone's work. Allow me to tell you how I began to write in every point of my entire lifetime, when that was actually one thing. I' ve been typing once in a while since I was old enough to keep a crayon, and I was reading when I was a child.
I didn't find it helpful to read it back then. I took my first steps in the field of creativity in high schools and began afresh. I didn't find it helpful to read in this grade either. So when I came to the thought of becoming a novelist, I didn't take up a novel much later and began to read again, sit down and began to write to publish.
One of the things I was looking at was how to spell a number of different things correctly. Neither of these processes included the literacy of any of the above. Today I refine my handicraft into a better shape, and in the days when I have made typing my final objective, I have literally reread zero of others' work.
Instead, I actually sit down, write and edit, and review my work, and critically consider how I can formulate things better, how I can compose a sequence, what I can add to which section, and so on. To put it briefly, I improve my typing by actually typing.
That' s why I always tell them that if they want to improve their literacy, they actually have to type, because my own story is the only evidence I need to show that it doesn't take you there. A lot of folks don't think so, and you know what, that's good, they don't have to go with me, but they didn't see what I saw, because if they did, they would say the same thing I'm saying now.