One of the best things you can do to improve as a chess player is to look at Masters games. Reading through Masters games gives you a 'feel' for how Chess should be played.
The book 'Chess: The Art of Logical Thinking' by GM Neil McDonald contains 30 Master games annotated, in detail, from first move to last.
Here is the first game in the book. It took my several hours to carefully go through the game and create my own 'slightly simplified' annotated version. I thoroughly enjoyed it so decided to share it with you and give the book a big 'thumbs up'. I plan to work my way through the book over the next few months.