In a blog post, writer William Cane gives the best advice, in my opinion, on style. He says that you should read everything. Whether it is an incredible piece, or an absolutely terrible one, read it. By reading the best, the worst, and everything in between, you not only learn what you want to do, but also what you don’t want to do. A lot of writers can say they don’t want to write terrible work, but if we don’t see what terrible work is, how will we know what to avoid. Not only will we figure out what we want and don’t want in our writing, we will also figure out what kind of writer we are. By reading many different styles, we can slowly work to figure out what we are most comfortable writing.