Design, illustration and print-making are the tools of the trade.
But as a writer, I’m obsessed with design, illustration, print and digital.
So when I decided to do some research on how people read, I was surprised to discover that the majority of readers don’t actually read books.
So how do you read a book?
It’s easy, but it’s probably not the best way to get started.
That’s why I’m offering this guide to help you make that decision for yourself.
Here are five things you can do to make reading a pleasure: 1.
Get a bookmarked copy: You can easily bookmark your favorite books, which is great if you don’t want to use the internet to read them, but if you’re reading on a desktop computer, you’ll want to check it out online.
Get an ebook reader: If you’re a fan of ebooks, you can read online with your Kindle.
If you prefer to read the ebook, though, you could also use the Apple eBook app, which will show you a list of your favorite titles and let you pick the one you want to read.
Read a short story: You could even get a story to read in the background while you read.
And if you like a short tale, you might want to pick one of these free short stories.
They’ll help you remember what you read and how you enjoyed it. 4.
Make a list: A good book will tell you what you want from it.
But if you have to pick a book to read, just make a list.
This is a great way to organize your reading, and you can add as many books as you want at once.
Create a bookmark for every page: If your book doesn’t have a page count, create a bookmark and place it at the top of the book.
Then, when you come back to the book, you just need to tap the bookmark to bring up the bookmarks for the last page.
The bookmarks help you track your progress, which can help you skip to a particular page without losing your progress.
Read more:How to Read a Book With a Bookmark, Design Tools, and Printing-Making Tips from The Booklist article