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eReflect recently shared a collection of gift ideas for book readers via their 7 Speed Reading blog.
Techniques and strategies for improving cognition are revealed by Nick Madge in his latest interview with the 7 Speed Reading™ and eReflect blog editor.
ChildhoodReading.com is highlighted in a new post on the 7 Speed Reading blog with an interview with Melissa Northup, the website creator, eReflect announces. New
eReflect shares information recently released by Bowker Market Research showing that self-published e-books now account for nearly 12% of all digital publishing, although this number rises to
Abby Marks Beale of RevitItUpReading.com recently shared the techniques she has used to help people with reading faster for the past 25 years during an interview with the 7 Speed Reading editor.
7 Speed Reading™ announced today the availability of professional tips on improving speed reading skills through a collaboration with speed reading company execuread.com. New
Mark Beselt at the Improve Memory Skills website discussed with the 7 Speed Reading™ editor the centrality of memory and the best approaches to maintaining or improving memory skills.
Become Second To None is a comprehensive guide that teaches people innovative techniques on how to increase memory power quickly and effectively.
eReflect announced that its latest free speed reading course is available on Slideshare, and encouraged all "speed readers in training" to take advantage of its availability today.
eReflect encourages its users to look for a variety of speed reading techniques put forward by experts.
- The analysis of literature, focusing on the words and grammar to the exclusion of context or literary merit.