A dynamic morning ritual is a must if you want to start your day off right and have enough stamina to power through and accomplish everything. Plus, you will still have more than enough energy for some fun activities in your free time.
This time, we’ll be taking our article to a more personal level. We’re about to share with you the top reasons we love eBooks so much.
We’re happy to see that in this age, when we face various distractions daily, there are still so many of us who at the end of the day turn to their favorite activity – reading. Hence, we decided to remind you about just how great of an activity reading is by sharing some popular reading quotes from famous people.
We have a new book promotion for you. In other words, you have yet another chance to claim 2 books for free and add them to your eBook catalog. So, what are they about this time? Vikings history and music history. Check them out.
This week, we’d like to share some Lean Stone books with you. We are talking about titles we believe you should check out as soon as possible. Some of them are constantly among our bestsellers, whereas the rest are also quite popular in their respective topics.
How do you cope with stress and/or pressure? Do you always find a way to overcome personal obstacles that interfere with your daily life? If the answer is no, we suggest that you check out our book on powerful neuro linguistic programming techniques.
If you are subscribed to our mailing list, you most likely know that we often do free promotions on all the books from our catalog. However, even if you are not a subscriber, we’ll occasionally post about free books on our blog. Case in point, our Mediumship guide and Whiskey book are currently free on Amazon Kindle.
We love eBooks so much, we feel it’s our solemn duty to promote them. Of course, this doesn’t mean paper books are bad. On the contrary, we encourage you to read paper books as often as you can, too. But for now, let’s list some important benefits of eBooks that make them a one-of-a-kind experience.
There are millions of books available and we can get most of them online nowadays. All it takes are a few clicks and we can add as many books as we want to our digital collection. However, does this mean good books are difficult to recognize?