The average adult is busy. Let me not be partial since some children are busier than some adults. The point is - we live in a busy world. (I promise I won't use the word "busy" for the rest of this post.) So, considering all we have to do, when can we find the time to read?
I work in the publishing industry and can easily admit that seeing words can get a bit annoying. When I am not reading however, I miss everything that books have to offer. As such, I went in search for a way that would make it easier for me to read and in my search I found DailyReader.net.
DailyReader.net is a free online service that assists you in finding new books and sends them to your email. When you read the email everyday, you're reading a part of the book. I spend an embarrassing amount of time on email daily so this could definitely work for me, and perhaps you too. One problem - I just love the feel of paper! On DailyReader however, you can also discuss books in a forum, browse books by title or author and find out the length of the book in hours. Did I mention that this thing is free?
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