Reading is a bit like healthy eating — everyone knows the benefits, such as a stronger brain and lower stress. However, we sometimes don’t have the time. With kids to feed and the boss to keep happy, even bookworms might neglect their growing reading list.
The solution? The 12min Micro Book Library offers concise summaries of popular non-fiction titles, helping you hit the key ideas in your lunch break. This Memorial Day, Hannity viewers can get lifetime access to this highly-rated app for just $29. That is over 92% off!
While fiction books are about following the twists and turns of a story, non-fiction is all about information. Whether the topic is the natural world, marketing tips, or someone’s life, we read these books to learn something new, which we can hopefully implement into our own lives and habits.
Available on iOS and Android, the 12min app makes this knowledge more accessible. In this library of micro books, you will find over 1,800 titles in 24 subject categories and three different languages. If you have heard about a non-fiction book, it will probably be here.
Some top titles include How to Win Friends and Influence People, Getting Things Done, and The 4-Hour Workweek. And instead of wading through 336 pages of Rich Dad, Poor Dad, you can absorb all the key financial lessons on your way to work.
But what if you’re too busy to read at all? 12min also offers audio summaries, which you can download for offline listening. With 4.5 stars on Google Play and 4.7 stars on the App Store, this app has clearly impressed many busy readers.
Lifetime access is normally $399, but you can order today for only $29 in the Memorial Day sale.
Prices subject to change