Does Anyone Read Anymore?!

I love reading. I love writing. But does anyone else still enjoy reading or be willing to read my writing?

I’m nervous that, with new forms of entertainment and technology, reading will fall to the wayside being seen as too slow, boring, or archaic. Any thoughts on this?


43 thoughts on “Does Anyone Read Anymore?!

  1. Hey !

    Start without a doubt. Write whatever that crosses your mind. Pen what you see or feel.
    There is daily prompt, photo challenge, miracle challenge, quote challenge, haiku challenge and many more, that inspire us to write, share communicate with the world.

    Happy blogging ☺

    Miracle ☺

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  2. Reading is our lifeblood to overcoming ignorance. Many of us may not flip a page within a physical book, but sit flitting about upon electronic devices.

    I rarely purchase a hardcover, much less a paperback, but my eyes will be busier than ever as I read and write electronically.

    Welcome to the blogging world. I’m glad your here.


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  3. Absolutely! Love reading. Love books. Always want to read – hehe! This year my aim is to read at least one a week – so fun! What kind of books do you love most?

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  4. I don’t think reading can ever be replaced with anything, I believe in reading more, albeit of some quality…because it is only by reading more can one become a better writer.
    And write anyway, who cares if you make mistakes? Just keep moving forward.
    Best of luck!

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  5. We all live for stories. Stories and messages get spread around through various mediums: music, movies, TV, plays, audio books, the radio/podcasts…etc. But reading the written word is a unique experience all together! 😀

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  6. I pretty much blog for myself and have been for 10 years now. Oh, I know how to promote my blog, etc., but what I write is an online history for me. I’ll keep reading your stuff. Keep going!

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  7. My reading this year compared to last is shocking, however I don’t think the world will ever stop. Not only are there new, shiny books out there drawing people in everyday, but the classics and stories people loved from their childhood are always going to be things older generations share with the younger ones. And lets be real, there’s nothing better than curling up with a hot cup of tea and a good book on a rainy afternoon. Who could say no to that?!

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