Moshman vs. Kill Everyone - beginners
So I have a huge amount of free time while I am at work to do a substantial amount of reading. Therefore, I've read Moshman twice, as well as Vol. 1 of HoH, and am currently reading Kill Everyone.
Moshman and HoH seem to be pretty similar with tight early, blind steal in later rounds strategy. However, Kill Everyone seems to advocate a looser style earlier in which playing speculative hands can flop monsters and take down big pots.
I know that Kill Everyone cautions beginning players not to use this strategy, as it takes considerable post flop skill to use it well. However, what better way to develop post flop skills than to get experience in playing hands like these? Is there a point where I should consider using these strategies vs. the tight early strategy that the other two books suggest?
I guess what I am looking for is more so opinions on the differing strategies, as I know that there is no clear cut right or wrong strategy to use.