Daily Lit-erary Therapy in Your Inbox

17 Feb 2010

DAILY LIT-ERARY THERAPY IN YOUR INBOX

Good writers are generally voracious readers (feel free to challenge me on that claim if you want!). For a writer, reading is just like warming up and stretching your brain before you sprint into a new project.

Here’s my favorite way to get a little reading time in throughout the day (which also doubles as a convenient 5-minute afternoon break): Daily Lit. With Daily Lit, you can read books via email or RSS feed. Just go to the website, browse their book selection, and sign up to receive books delivered straight to your Inbox or RSS feed.

Daily Lit has a large selection of fiction, non-fiction, self-help, business, foreign language, philosophy, and poetry books (that’s just a partial list, go here to browse their categories). Daily Lit will send you one installment of your chosen book every day, broken down into a bite-sized chunk that takes about 5-10 minutes to read.

Have a cup of coffee with your Daily Lit for a relaxing writing break (Note: makes a great work break for ANYONE, not just writers!). The best part? Some of the Daily Lit book selection come with a nominal fee, but most are completely free. (Update 2/24/10: ALL of the selections on Daily Lit are free, folks!)

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  • 4 Comments

Rachel at Lyrica

February 19, 2010

I never knew this existed - thanks!

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Susan Danziger, CEO/Founder, DailyLit

February 24, 2010

Thanks for writing about DailyLit. I love your reference to "DailyLit-erary therapy". Note that we've recently made all of the books and stories on DailyLit free to the reader (no nominal fee for any book). Cheers, -Susan

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    Michelle

    February 24, 2010

    Thanks for the info, Susan ... I'll add an update! Great site, keep up the good work!

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DailyLit

February 24, 2010

LOVE "DailyLit-erary Therapy"! RT @writers4hire: Daily Lit-erary Therapy in Your Inbox | The Write Blog http://bit.ly/bHjtwq

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