A note

For some strange reason, many of the search referrals for this blog (and this is certainly not going to help) involve the term “faulty reading habits” or people looking for studies of faulty reading habits. While I’m not quite sure what you’re looking for, I don’t have any problems with my own reading habits, and I’m not really going to help you with yours–so you may be wasting your time.

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2 responses to “A note

  1. Wouldn’t ‘faulty’ reading habits mean not reading at all? (Or reading Twilight and Nicholas Sparks?)

    • I googled it myself to see what the other results were like, and it was a lot of things about the wrong way to speed-read and that sort of thing.

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