New business plan: Colour Coded Books

5 thoughts on “New business plan: Colour Coded Books”

  1. This is a great idea! I can totally see this work. My only problem is that my eyes get pulled towards coloured letters.. which is why I no longer highlight anything with neon markers. Grey pencil notes are the way to go for me. Otherwise I can no longer read the surrounding text at all

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  2. Hi – I like to draw a ‘family tree’ with the names on as they occur, so I can follow them through the story, and/or make some notes if I’m not going to be able to continue for a few days. – especially of ‘time-jumps’ or major events/milestones I think I may need to remember. \\i find little coloured ‘stickies’ are handy for library books, so you can refer back to events/characters/original descriptions/styles while you read, then pull them out later.

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