With tight schedules, commutes, and family and social obligations, it is little wonder that time is such a premium these days. It’s a wonder that they don’t teach time management in kindergarten! For many of us, having some spare time to read is more of a luxury than the norm! Given that so many of us are librarians, that is sad and almost ironic. Enter DailyLit and a unique solution to the time crunch!
Thanks to the people at DailyLit, it may be tough to ever again claim that you have no time to read. Their site’s concept is simple, novel, and may even be revolutionary. With DailyLit, you can have a book delivered to you in bite-sized (or shall I say “byte-sized) installments via either e-mail or RSS. You even have control over the number of installments into which the book is broken down and when the snippets are sent to you. It is easy AND convenient!
Currently, DailyLit makes hundreds of public domain books available for free. If you want one of the more current bestsellers, they are available at a fee. Sure beats reading just the headlines on your smartphone as you ride the bus or train!