A Page a Day Keeps the Book Blues Away


| 2/27/2008 9:30:05 AM


Apple and Book.Don’t have time to read for fun? Me either, yet I spend a couple hours each day sifting though dry e-mails at work. If you’re in the same boat, check out DailyLit, a website that will send you daily installments of books via e-mail or RSS feed. There are over 750 books available for free, but even the copyrighted titles usually cost well under $10.  

Sarah Pumroy

(Thanks, Poets & Writers)

Image by Jannis Andrija Schnitzer , licensed under Creative Commons.

dimakatso pontsho
3/8/2008 1:46:21 AM

I love to read every kind of novel and aspiring to be a writer. What should I really do. I even want to buy novels but I dont know how to prder them. please do help.




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