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Stay ahead of the curve by gaining key insights from the world’s most important and popular books with a lifetime subscription to BookNotes
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January 11, 2020
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We all understand reading to be vital for not only our personal growth but our professional development as well. However, few of us actually take the time to curl up with a good read, chiefly because the handful of free minutes we have in a day can hardly make a dent in any of the books we're interested in.

BookNotes helps you make the most of those free minutes by providing key insights from over 1,000 best-selling books that you can digest in just 15 minutes. That way, you don't have to spend weeks reading a single volume. A lifetime subscription is available for 90 percent off at just $29.

This digital library makes it easy for busy people to power through the most important elements of some of the world's most popular books.

BookNotes gathers and delivers 15-minute key insights from hundreds of best-selling books that touch on a wide range of topics including finance, love, career, happiness, health, productivity, and much more.

There are also plenty of documentary titles to choose from, and you'll be able to learn new information on the go on all of your devices through either text or audio formats.

Stay ahead of the curve by gaining key insights from the world's most important and popular books with a lifetime subscription to BookNotes for just $29—90 percent off its usual price for a limited time.

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