Books in Small Doses

Ohmygod. I’m so not posting, but I just had to share with you, while we’re all appreciating the fine pirates over at Distributed Proofreading, another e-book project: Daily Lit, which I learned about from Brian Feeney’s book cover review blog, Cloud.

Because if you are like us, you spend hours each day reading email but don’t find the time to read books. DailyLit brings books right into your inbox in convenient small messages that take less than 5 minutes to read.

You can choose the frequency and time of day. The list of offerings is modest and familiar, but I’m sure there are plenty of excellent books on there that you haven’t read. Now there’s no excuse.

3 thoughts on “Books in Small Doses

  1. India, you rock my world!

    This is perfect for me — hubby’s always teasing me that I’m illiterate (hey, I read all day long, when I’m reading for pleasure William S. Burroughs isn’t exactly my cup of tea, ok?!) so this rocks. I’m starting “Heart of Darkness” now. :-D Thanks!

  2. Cool, huh? I haven’t decided what to sign up for yet, actually. I’m already consuming audiobooks in two daily half-hour doses (Patrick O’Brian read by Patrick Tull), and what I’d really like to read is Southey’s Life of Horatio Lord Nelson. Daily Lit doesn’t have much nonfiction, though, so I’ll probably just read The Three Musketeers or something like that, and use the Life of Nelson as my greeking text for a while.

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