Tag Archives: reading

That Package Beside the Road

In Elmore Leonard’s 10 Rules of Writing, Leonard offers two rules I am finding to be invaluable. Try to leave out the parts that readers tend to skip. If it sounds like writing, rewrite it. Think about your own reading … Continue reading

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The Pursuit of God by A.W. Tozer

We all know that in order to find treasures we must consider two things: first, we must look in the right place, and second, we should be prepared to do some digging. Well, in this blog, I’ve done the looking … Continue reading

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How Are You Reading This Summer?

As a writer, I try to deliver good content and express my thoughts in ways that serve others.  Given today’s technology, I must also think about the audience’s reading habits. I’ve often thought people just don’t read anymore.  The truth … Continue reading

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Verdict in: Amazon Kindle Guilty

The verdict is in and Amazon’s Kindle has been found guilty—guilty of being the best e-book reader I’ve ever owned.  My beautiful wife presented me this device last Christmas, and I’ve found it rather difficult to put down.  I had … Continue reading

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Great Books for the Outdoorsman

I love to read good books.  Books take me to places I may never be able to visit in my lifetime.  Books inspire me to rush outside and experience the best nature has provided.  My bond with books is probably … Continue reading

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