It seems like every week there’s another excellent business or fiction book or two to add to your to-read list.
If you’re anything like me, then you probably don’t have enough hours in the day to get through them all. And, to be honest, the way we interact with different media has changed so much in recent years.
So, to help combat the sheer amount of content out there, the need for new ways to consume a book has arisen.
Note, I said ‘consume’ and not ‘read.’
In line with nonfiction books having another resurgence, book summary websites and apps have become all the rage over the past few years. Everyone is interested in up-skilling themselves.
Yet, the time investment needed actually to sit down and read a book can be somewhat inefficient, especially if you only take in a few main points.
My favourite book summary apps are
- Audible (if you use it right)
You can read the full list with descriptions here.