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The Little Guide to Your Well-Read Life: How to Get More Books in Your… (udgave 2005)

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Filled to the brim with love for books and reading, and the message that we can all find time to indulge that love and discover how to get more out of whatever we choose to read.-Nancy Pearl, author of the best-selling Book Lust and its companion, More Book Lust A pleasant and mindful celebration of the art of reading that many will appreciate, this is recommended for all public libraries.-Library Journal What if readers could find more time to read? What might they gain in their lives, if only they could connect more often, and more meaningfully, with books? In The Little Guide to Your Well-Read Life, Steve Leveen shows you how to seize your well-read life. His techniques are simple but powerful: Learn how to find the books that speak to your interests rather than those that are simply on the shelves. Don't be afraid to give up on a book. Who cares if you haven't read all the classics? Consider joining a reading group. And use audiobooks in more places than the car. In essence, give yourself permission to read the ways that are right for you. After spending less than four hours with this audiobook, which is read by the author, readers will know how to add years of fulfillment to their reading lives. Steve Leveen is the CEO and co-founder of Levenger, the company known to many for its catalog of tools for serious readers. Steve's Little Guide is the springboard for a three-year campaign involving libraries, corporations, and the nation's book community to help every reader live a larger life through books.… (mere)
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Titel:The Little Guide to Your Well-Read Life: How to Get More Books in Your Life and More Life from Your Books
Forfattere:Steve Leveen (Forfatter)
Info:Levenger Press (2005), 123 pages
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My first book finished for the 2019 year (and the first of my goal of 100), this was purposefully chosen to be my first book. Figured I'd start the year with a book to help 'boost' my reading.

While there was definitely some practical ideas and insights, it was mostly generally vague and more or less of an impractical type of boosting. After reading this, it definitely makes me WANT to read more. Did it really give me knowledge or help on HOW to read more? Ehh.... not so much, more of like a psychological push from behind to get me motivated to read more than a practical step-by-step process to help me read more.

Which in truth, is probably more beneficial. ( )
  BenKline | Jul 1, 2020 |
Doesn't really tread new ground, but an interesting take on the reading life from the founder of Levenger. He coins the phrase "ristening" - what we do with audiobooks. ( )
  cookierooks | Nov 16, 2016 |
A delightful read for ... readers! Thoughtful coverage of what, where, and how to make your reading life even better. ( )
  deldevries | Nov 15, 2016 |
I really enjoyed this little book about reading books! It gives tips about how to organize your books and your reading life to get more out of what you read, and also to remember more of what you read. It talks about audiobooks (& how important the narrator is!), the fellowship of books, and book clubs. It was a really quick read and I just enjoyed it a lot! I highly recommend it for book lovers! ( )
  TerriS | Jan 17, 2016 |
A useful book for improving your reading and enjoying what you read. Steven suggests that if you don't like the book you're reading put it down and start another. Good advice. ( )
  Your_local_coyote | Dec 29, 2013 |
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Filled to the brim with love for books and reading, and the message that we can all find time to indulge that love and discover how to get more out of whatever we choose to read.-Nancy Pearl, author of the best-selling Book Lust and its companion, More Book Lust A pleasant and mindful celebration of the art of reading that many will appreciate, this is recommended for all public libraries.-Library Journal What if readers could find more time to read? What might they gain in their lives, if only they could connect more often, and more meaningfully, with books? In The Little Guide to Your Well-Read Life, Steve Leveen shows you how to seize your well-read life. His techniques are simple but powerful: Learn how to find the books that speak to your interests rather than those that are simply on the shelves. Don't be afraid to give up on a book. Who cares if you haven't read all the classics? Consider joining a reading group. And use audiobooks in more places than the car. In essence, give yourself permission to read the ways that are right for you. After spending less than four hours with this audiobook, which is read by the author, readers will know how to add years of fulfillment to their reading lives. Steve Leveen is the CEO and co-founder of Levenger, the company known to many for its catalog of tools for serious readers. Steve's Little Guide is the springboard for a three-year campaign involving libraries, corporations, and the nation's book community to help every reader live a larger life through books.

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