I stumbled across DailyLit this week and just had to share it with you all!

DailyLit is a website that sends small chunks of a book to you through email or RSS. You’re able to control which days you have it sent to you as well as the time it is sent. You can even choose the size of chunks you’re sent: normal, long, and longer!

This might be a pretty time consuming was to read a book but at least you’ll stay on top of it. I don’t know how well this would work for most books but for those super long and intimidating “classic” books (The Count of Monte Cristo, The Woman in White, The Three Musketeers) this might be an easy way to tackle the books.

Looking through the books it looks like a good majority of the books are classics/public domain books. I guess I’ll have to dig through and find a book to try this out with! Any suggestions?

9 thoughts on “DailyLit

  1. Ooh! That’s awesome! I’ve been wanting to read things like Dracula and Moby Dick but I just never get around to it because they’re intimidating. I’ll have to check this out! Thanks for sharing!

  2. Thank you for sharing. I think it’s a brilliant idea, and I was about to try it..then I thought about all my Instapaper subscriptions I have piled up on my Kindle. So I refrained. I fear I will get lazier and lazier until these DailyLit emails will end up being spam to me, making me frustrated. Because to me honest, I don’t like reading on screens unless I HAVE to.

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