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Maggie K. Brooks enjoys reading sci-fi novels. She also reads romance, non-fiction stories, documentaries, and adventure stories from time to time. She writes reviews of the stories she has read to motivate her readers to read the same. She does this without giving out spoilers for other book worms.
Reading is a great pastime. Yes, I’ve read Dune, Fahrenheit 451, Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, Brave New World, and still write mind-blowing sci-fi stories.
For me, a good day begins in front of my personal computer, stringing words together to formulate an unusual and unpredictable sci-fi storyline. Sometimes, the stories flow like a stream identifying with its source. Other times, they don’t. In such a situation, taking a break from the imaginary world works the magic for me. Other times, rubbing minds with writers like me ignites my creativity, and there go the next line and the ones after; chapters finished.
That’s why this blog thrives on science fiction. I read and give out reviews mostly to science fictions scientifically plausible and detailed, and recommend as many mind-blowing current and classic science-fiction books as possible.
When you read a favorite novel, you’re taken to an “altered state of consciousness.” It helps you forget about your stressors for a moment. Therefore, you get to sleep better. This means that reading can help you overcome sleep problems.
Reading also engages and exercises your brain, leading to reduced cognitive decline. A study on Neurology indicates that reading exercises the brain, helping lower the cognitive decline rate in seniors. Writing letters, reading, and stimulating brain activity lower cognitive decline by up to 15%.
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