I Like Facts More Than Fiction

To be honest there just is not any fiction books that i really like. But I love Fact books because i just don’t like reading fake stuff and reading facts makes your knowledgeable and lets say smart. I just really prefer fact books and if you don’t read fact books at least try some weird but true books. They are awesome.

9 thoughts on “I Like Facts More Than Fiction

  1. I tend to prefer fact books too, or rather books that present historical information that was taken to be fact at the time e.g. “The Celts believed that …”
    However, reading fiction can be very good for your mind and soul. As well as transporting you to a different world, it can teach you a lot about words. I am reading a book at the moment in which the author writes reported speech very well, and it flows beautifully. Whereas when I write it, I do it like a play:
    Ben: “Hello, how are you?”
    Me: “Fine, thanks. How are you?”
    So if you are trying to write something and struggling with an idea, fiction can give you inspiration. 😊

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    1. Yeah they can give you information, I litterally have like 4 bookshelves just full of facts maybe I should read some more fiction, I am currently reading a fiction book called touch of power and what and AMAZING comment you also said how am in your play so I’ll reply Ben: I am apsaloutly brand spanking great!

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      1. Haha, brilliant! Sometimes I write conversations between myself and my cat in the same way:

        Louis Catorze: “Mwah!”
        Me: “What do you want?”
        Louis Catorze: “Mwah!”

        They tend to be quite one-sided conversations … 😬

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  2. To be honest, Ben, that is a vast improvement! I like facts too. What you might find interesting, are the biographies of amasing people because you could learn HOW they achieved their greatness. If you can look up my series of Scientific Discoveries, not that long ago, you will like to read how World Wide Webb was created, or what coffee and dancing goats have in common.
    Thank you.
    PS Did you see my last post? IT has beautiful Indian architecture.

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    1. Dancing goats and coffee? IN COMMON!Also I’ll go read your blog now

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  3. Apologies – World Wide Web, of course! Early morning!!


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  4. I fully resonate with your views. Thanks 😊

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  5. Dear KK, we cannot keep meeting like this! I am very fond of you, Of course, in the purest sense of the word!!


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