Friday, July 27, 2012
Scientists reported to the The New York Times that reading fiction “stimulates the brain and even changes how we act in life” (read the whole article here).
We can think of no better brain food than Octavia Butler’s invigorating and thought-provoking novels, a woman considered one of the best science-fiction writers of her generation. 

Scientists reported to the The New York Times that reading fiction “stimulates the brain and even changes how we act in life” (read the whole article here).

We can think of no better brain food than Octavia Butler’s invigorating and thought-provoking novels, a woman considered one of the best science-fiction writers of her generation. 

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