Like many of you, I never seem to have enough time to read for pleasure. I love to sit and read a book in one sitting, but I don’t often have the opportunity.
DailyLit offers a solution. The Web site says:
We created DailyLit because we spent hours each day on email but could not find the time to read a book. Now the books come to us by email. Problem solved.
Books are sent out in installments that can be read in under five minutes. You can choose to receive the installments via e-mail or RSS. I chose RSS and read the daily installment as I’m reading all my feeds.
The books currently available are in the public domain or available under a Creative Commons license. Teleread tells the story behind the site and reports that DailyLit may soon be offering new titles from publishers. My guess is that there will be costs associated with new titles, but the currently available titles are free.
If you’re like me and have a long list of classics you plan to get around to reading sometime, Daily Lit allows you to do it in under five minutes a day for free. Little time and no money – sounds like a winning combination to me.
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