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Read An Entire Book A Day

Updated on October 10, 2011

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Easier than what you think

Reading one book a day is a very complex task that requires all your brain power to be focused on the task.

First you need free books. There are many sites on the web that allow free book downloads. The authors are either dead or they do not want to make more money with the sale of books.

Second you need to start a blog about the books you are going to read. The reason is simple, if you read without writing about the book you are not going to pay all your attention to the and that affects your learning experience.

It is possible to read a book a day, I am doing it and I even write a summary for every book I read.

Now you need to decide when you are going to read. If you are like most people, you work in the morning until the evening. In this case you need to read a little in the morning, try to read for two hours before going to work. During lunch you may have half an hour to read some more pages, and when you come home from work you have about four hours to continue reading.

Write a resume after every chapter.

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      Jean Bakula 6 years ago from New Jersey

      This is great advice, I read several books a week. I will tell you that the reviews don't do so well on HP. People who read like to discuss their books. But publishers spend lots of money on advertising books, so you are going to have lots of competition. Many of the books I took long to review end up on the 4th page of Google. I can't imagine a life without reading though, it's like a day without sunshine!