I have to confess that I don't read much of what is written about me.
I did not read newspapers until I became a reporter.
Well, I can't remember not being able to read. I was told I could read by myself very well at the age of three.
I once read Updike after writing a first draft, and I wanted to put my own book on the fire. I've since learned to read utter crap while I'm writing: pulp is the thing.
I don't really read magazines that much. I read comic books.
When I do research, I cast my net very widely and then snatch what feels right out of that. Occasionally I'll read a specific book for a specific book, but usually I'm trying to increase my general understanding.
When we had to do book reports, I would pick a book that no one read and just make it up and turn that in. I got praised for my imagination.
I like to play video games and read.
People who read my books have an open mind when it comes to new, bizarre, interesting and exciting ideas.
Can't you read? The score demands 'con amore', and what are you doing? You are playing it like married men!
Parents should be encouraged to read to their children, and teachers should be equipped with all available techniques for teaching literacy, so the varying needs and capacities of individual kids can be taken into account.
I'm a big 'Star Wars' fan and grew up watching the movies. I read all the books and have read 'Star Wars' fiction that went between the newest trilogy and the original trilogy and it was part of my childhood.