eReflect's Speed Reading Software Teaches Book Lovers How to Create A Book Clock In Recent Blog Post

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eReflect, creator of 7 Speed Reading™, shares a tutorial on how to create a book clock, something every book lover and collector will appreciate and want to try.

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Speed readers tend to have lots of books to display in their bookshelves and libraries and a book-themed tutorial is an ingenious way to proudly display already-read books, as the book clock illustrates.

7 Speed Reading™ shares a DIY book clock on its official blog, hoping to help people make use of their books in a creative way. eReflect’s 7 Speed Reading™ blog shares the photo how-to in step by step instructions to make it easy for people to gather the material needed and follow the process to succeed in creating their book clock.

The speed reading program first asks readers to assemble the clock parts and put the clock together, noting that an easier way around this is getting a minimal clock and attaching it on the centre of a large empty wall. Then the fun part for every book collector starts: gathering twelve books that mention each hour in their book title.

For illustration purposes, the speed reading editor shares the book ideas a user with the alias Anotrey has shared on Reddit. The book “Twelve Sharp” by Janet Evanovic is their choice for the 12 o'clock hour, along with "The Third Gate" by Lincoln Child for three o’ clock and “The Ninth Girl” by Tami Hoag for 9 o’clock. As the DIYer says:

“From there it was just a process of measuring and finding good spots for the rest of the numbers. We used large hardbacks for the cardinal numbers and paperbacks for the off numbers.”

Speed readers tend to have lots of books to display in their bookshelves and libraries and a book-themed tutorial is an ingenious way to proudly display already-read books, as the book clock illustrates. People do all kinds of things with their books, like making DIY stools, bookshelves and now even clocks. “It’s all about finding new purposes for old things, it’s about looking at the old with a fresh pair of eyes,” eReflect’s editor says.

The original creator of the book clock reassures book lovers that no book was harmed or damaged during the process.

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For more information about the benefits of using 7 Speed Reading, please visit the official website at http://www.7speedreading.com.

About 7 Speed Reading™

7 Speed Reading is the only modern speed reading software that uses the latest technology to produce superior results.

The software provides its users with a new way to master speed reading that guarantees three times the reading speed along with improved memory and comprehension.

The software is poised as the most comprehensive speed reading system anywhere. It contains seven learning strategies, fifteen software activities, video training, advanced tracking capabilities and many more exciting features.

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