Non Fiction BooksNon-fiction and non-fiction books
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I' ll like it better and end it. All books flow from the hearts and minds of authors. Usually the biography in the biography is enough, but often I will Google the writer before I begin to reread. See the index. Scanning the entire volume is quick.
Personally, I like to do a short leaf over to try the author's work. Could be reading some pulled quotation marks or subtitles. Emphasize important parts. Can' t even reread a non-fiction without a text marker. For the Kindle I use the built-in highlights feature. Anything in resonance with me in any way.
And the better the books, the more I'll emphasize. Make a note at the front or at the edges. Frequently I take note at the beginning of the books so that I have a practical abstract of what I have used. It is interesting that I seldom go back and reread these notices. You just help me think while I am I' m Iook.
Using the same icons that I use when I'm taking notes: Check the ledger and put anything on my to-do sheet. After I finish the ledger, I'll go back and do a short scans. When there is an activity that I need to take, I put it on my task sheet with respect to the bay heading and page.
Like we say on Thomas Nelson's BookSneeze.com page: "Big books are infectious. I don't fiction like this. and I seldom take notices. Reading fiction for fun. I know from the surveys I've gathered that most of my readership is about books.
I am sure, as such, that in your readings you will apply some discipline that would serve us all well. What do you do to make a living?