What is ROMAN Reading?

ROMAN stands for Read, Outline, Mark, Ask, Name. With these five skills you can read any book, no matter how difficult. For more information, download my free eBook: ROMAN Reading: 5 Practical Skills for Transforming Your Life through Literature. Isn't it time you begin to change your life one page at a time?

Friday, May 4, 2007

Romans Are Reading ROMAN Reading!

Thank you to everyone who has downloaded ROMAN Reading so far. Each day the downloads continue to grow. People from all over the world are reading it. Here's a sampling of a few of the places: California, Florida, the Ivory Coast, Massachusetts, Mississippi, Missouri, Tennessee, Virginia, Barcelona, Canada, Great Britain, Hong Kong, Mexico, and finally, yes, ROME! Now I can really call it ROMAN Reading.

A special thank you to everyone who has emailed it to friends, blogged about it or posted a link on forums to which they belong. I've seen a big increase in traffic the last couple of days, and I really appreciate it.

Let's keep the world reading! One way you can help is to give a short review of the book over at FreeIQ or Scribd. I believe you have to sign up to give reviews (both sites are free), so if you already have an account, or if you don't mind signing up, please consider writing a review.

FreeIQ also gives you the option of ranking it on a scale of 1 to 10. FreeIQ is a fantastic site, but it's very new, so most of the content right now is business oriented. The more books like mine get ranked and rated, the more other educators will be encouraged to put their materials online.

Also, don't forget to sign up for the ROMAN Reading Newsletter. I never give your email addresses to anyone, so don't worry about spam. I hate it as much as you do. And you can always unsubscribe if you want to. Thanks to the many who have already signed up.

I've got big plans for ROMAN Reading, and I'll be using the newsletter to share some of them with you.

You can always email me with any questions you have about the book, or with suggestions for the next edition. That's why I called it ROMAN Reading 1.0. I want to incorporate your ideas and suggestions, so please let me know what I can do for you.

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