How long does it usually take you to finish reading a book?! A day, two days, a week, how about two weeks?! With the transition into the digital world reading books has never been easier. You can now read books not only using an ebook reader such as Barnes & Noble's Nook or Amazon's Kindle, but you can now use your smartphone or tablets by using these apps.
Recently I became a member of eBookFling.com, which is a virtual way of lending ebooks to others for free. You just post the ebooks you'd like to lend via Kindle and/or Nook and in return you'll receive a credit which you can later use to request an ebook of your own. The catch is that the book can only be borrowed for only 14 days. After 14 days the book magically disappears from your Kindle or Nook app.
Most books can be read within a week depending on how interesting they are. I remember reading Dan Brown's The DaVinci Code in maybe one week, and David Bach's The Automatic Millionaire in about two days. Some books you just can't put down. With that said, eBookFling works perfectly for me or a person like me, that can enjoy reading a book and start a new one in less than two weeks.
Summer is fast approaching and this is the perfect time to get our reading lists in check, so create a list of books you would like to read this summer and go borrow them from eBookFling.com. Also, don't forget to post those ebooks of yours that are currently sitting in your ebook reader collecting virtual dust. They just might be useful to someone even if it's just for two weeks.
Complimentary ebook credits were provided by eBookFling.com for review.