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Why would anyone want to read more books? Isn't there quite enough reading to be done already, with your newspaper, your emails, your SMS messages, your surfing? Sure, you had to read books when you were learning to read, and to get through school, but now you've done all that. And you have TV to bring you plenty of entertainment and information at the touch of a button. So why read more books?

Do whatever you want. The power is in your hands. Just read more.

How to Read More Books This Year

How to Read More Books This Year

Now let’s add one more bit of code which will actually create the “read more” link in your post. This code will go below the tag so copy the following and paste it in. Feel free to change the “Read more…” text to whatever you want the link to look like. Be careful not to delete any other code during this process.

Reading more books in the world of instant entertainment

With this hack, you can choose to display a select amount of text from the beginning of each post as a teaser instead of showing the entire post on the front page of your blog. Then when people want to read the rest of the post, they can click a “read more” link to see the full post. This is very handy if you have lots of long articles all on one page. (Note that you’ll need to have enabled in order to make this feature work.)

But: There is so much space between text and “Read more” button. How can i change that??
2. Carve out the time. We have no time to read anymore, mostly because we work too much, we overschedule our time, we’re on the Internet all the time (which does have some good reading, but can also suck our attention endlessly), and we watch too much TV. Pick a time, and make it your reading time. Start with just 10 minutes if it’s hard to find time — even 10 minutes is lovely. Try 20 or 30 if you can drop a couple things from your schedule.Below, you'll learn how add a single Read More link using either the Drag and Drop Editor or working in your source code, as well as how to add multiple Read More links using anchors.There are a couple of ways to create a Read More link in your MailChimp campaigns. You can to the full, of your campaign, and use to display the additional content.When you use a single Read More link in your MailChimp campaign, you limit the amount of content visible in subscriber's inbox using . When a subscriber clicks the Read More link, they're directed to the of your campaign where they can view your campaign content in full. Below, we walk you through two different ways to add a single Read More link to your campaign. When you use a single Read More link in your MailChimp campaign, you limit the amount of content visible in subscriber's inbox using . When a subscriber clicks the Read More link, they're directed to the of your campaign where they can view your campaign content in full. Below, we walk you through two different ways to add a single Read More link to your campaign. Always your campaign before you send to your subscribers.If you're more comfortable working with the underlying code of a MailChimp campaign, you can add the Read More link directly in the HTML.
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Today’s post features several excerpts from the first chapter, which covers the first and most important practice: reading. If you want to , then you need to read more.

Show the beginning excerpts of your posts so a reader can click the “Read More” tag to be directed to your full post.

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I took French for many years but I am not at all fluent. I can read it more than I can understand it when spoken. Still, I don’t think I could get through a whole book in French, so I admire you’re being able to read in two languages. I think that’s awesome. Wish I could do that.

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BS has an Appearance option to change the break link’s text. If you use your Tumblr blog to sell crafts or something, for example, “Purchasing info” may make more sense. Then the more detailed purchasing information can be hidden from your index pages, after the read more break.