Would you choose to be a writer or the reader?

Writer - 
September 17, 2008 6:52am CST
Books, magazines and newspapers give us a lot of information. You might be reading something about a famous actor or actress on a magazine. But no matter what you saw and what you understood by just reading a piece of information, the exact details we have read were helpful. Would you choose to be a writer with the purpose of expressing your ideas? Or Would you choose to be the reader with a chance of getting relevant information? In your own opinion, which one has more weight?
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@ronaldinu (12440)
• Malta
17 Sep 08
In order to be a good writer you have to be a good reader. You don't get your ideas from the air. You get your ideas from reading other work. If you are going to write a science fiction book, you have to read the genre of books. You won't get ideas if you don't read. That's the first golden rule of becoming a good writer.
@CJay77 (4440)
• Australia
17 Sep 08
As much I would lile to do writing I don't think I have the tallent or knowledge to be one of them! I will choose to be a reader and have the chance of getting relevant information as you said and also to learn. happy mylotting .