Book & Brain Reading Newsletters

Glance at the annual newsletter topics coming every Wednesday this school year. According to Tulane University research, humans speak about 180 words per minute. When you receive most e-newsletters many times you do not read them. Why? Simple answer: too long! Why is The Book & Brain Reading Newsletter different? Simple answer: baby steps! We study reading and reading interest levels. We know that if you want to read more than one minute, you will pursue and click on our many Special Report Articles and Books to get more information. It takes about one minute to decide if you want more information. Our hope is that you will read, enjoy a chunk of great information and want more. By the way, this paragraph is about the size of our weekly newsletter, so sign-up today!

1.  Opposites
2.  Opposites/Opposites
3.  Duos & Trios
4.  Twins & Triples
5.  True Facts, False Facts and Non Facts
6.  Stated Main Idea vs. Implied Main Idea
7.  Generalization vs. Summarization
8.  Make a Brain Frame
9.  Context Clues vs. Word Meaning
10.  Crossover Questions
11.  Top 10 List
12.  Common Sense vs. Evidence
13.  Like vs. Is
14.  First & Last Sentence
15.  Thinking in Threes
16.  A's & C's
17.  Always & Never
18.  Abstract & Concrete
19.  Visual & Verbal Thinking
20.  Deductive & Inductive
21.  The Relevancy Box
22.  Book vs. Brain
23.  Possible, Plausible & Logical
24.  Good is the Enemy of Best
25.  Answers: Half True. Half False
26.  The Pattern of Two
27.  The Power of One
28.  The Pattern of Life
29.  Author's Imply & Reader's Infer
30.  The Pattern of Interest
31.  Conclusions & Facts
32.  Judgments & Opinions
33.  Parts of Paraphrasing
34.  Myths vs. False Facts
35.  Super Summaries
36.  What is Evaluation?
37.  Book & Brain Science
38.  Same & Different
39.  Similarity Creates Difficulty
40.  The Reader, You & One
41.  Brain Questions
42.  Crazy Brain Questions
43.  Reverse Brain Questions
44.  Book Questions
45.  Twisted Book Questions
46.  Reverse Twisted Book Questions
47.  Inferences & Cops
48.  Big Ideas & Small Parts
49.  Two Kinds of Memory
50.  How to be an Expert
51.  Repeating on Repetition
52.  True, Relevant & Meaningful