PRLog - March 31, 2011 - SYDNEY, Australia -- How to Speed Reading on Wordwaves.com
Speed Read Books With The New Time-Saving Feature
Speed reading on Wordwaves.com is easy. Just select the ‘Speed Read’ link for the book of your choice. Choose your reading pace - ‘Speed Read’, ‘Fast Read’, ‘Rapid Read’ or ‘Scan Read’. Capture the storyline with the standard ‘Speed Read’ pace. With ‘Fast Read’ you read the basic plot and ‘Rapid Read’ you can focus on the main points with a little extra detail. If you just want the main points try the ‘Scan Read’ feature, it’s the fastest way to connect to books. Choose from the large and rapidly growing selection of books on Wordwaves.com at http://www.wordwaves.com/
Why Should I Use the Speed Reading Feature?
There are many uses for the ‘Speed Read’ feature on Wordwaves.com. One use is for students and teachers who are able to reconnect to a book they’ve read before without having to reread the whole thing. This is especially helpful for studying for English exams. Another use is for people who want an overview of the book to see if they like it. With Amazon links being added to many of the books on Wordwaves.com choosing a book you’ll love is easy. Try speed reading one of the most recent additions to the Wordwaves.com site “The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood” or the classic “Jane Eyre” before the movie comes out. Your adventure starts at http://www.wordwaves.com/
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