When was the last time you read a novel ?Once upon a time,you must have read 650-700 pages of novel,but now ? No Time! In this digital age,life has become very fast and we don’t get even a moment’s rest.Most of our time is spent on TV,computers and mobile phones.
So,what’s the solution for this?A woman in New York named Susan Denziger (not sure about the name) got an idea while reading classic novels in The New York Times in the form of episodes and from that idea was born a unique service known as Dailylit.
Her idea was very simple-Susan thought that in this fast moving age we don’t get time to read books,but,we spend hours in checking our e-mails.So what if we can read books in our e-mails?Every week? Thus,Susan converted her idea into a business venture with the help of some people.The first books to be turned into episodes were ‘War of the Worlds’ and ‘Pride and Prejudice’. First she experimented on her family for feedback.Everybody made different suggestions and DailyLit was started in 2007 as a unique web library service.
At present,almost 1000 books are available on DailyLit.Generally,free books providing sites on the net provide books of which we may not even have heard of.Luckily,It is not so on DailyLit.If you have interest in reading English thriller books you can read the books of John Grisham or Agathe Christi for free.You will also get the book’ The wisdom of (Steve) Jobs’ written by Steve Jobs there.You can enjoy all this or more on DailyLit.You can log in using your Facebook,Google,Yahoo or any account or e-mail service.