Are You a Speed Reader? by Julie Arduini

Thanks to a right broken wrist, I’m behind on writing goals. Although my fall could have been worse, I’m thankful I can still Kindle read with ease.

My second of three fiberglass casts. My daughter bedazzled it.

I recently found a fun link through Facebook that sent me to Staples. They have a technology game of sorts that tests the speed you read. Since childhood, people teased me for reading so fast. So, I put myself to the test.

Here’s the link. Take the test and leave a comment regarding how you did. I received 688 wpm.

What Speed Do You Read?

Happy reading!

Writer and Speaker

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About juliearduini

Julie Arduini loves to encourage readers to surrender the good, the bad, and ---maybe one day---the chocolate. She’s the author of ENTRUSTED: Surrendering the Present, as well as ENTANGLED: Surrendering the Past. The last book in the series, ENGAGED: Surrendering the Future, is coming soon. Her devotional, FINDING FREEDOM THROUGH SURRENDER, features the surrender themes and characters from the series. She also shares her story in the infertility devotional, A WALK IN THE VALLEY. She blogs every other Wednesday for Christians Read, and starting April 2017, will be part of the Inspy Romance blog. She resides in Ohio with her husband, two children, and secret chocolate stash. Learn more by visiting her at http://juliearduini.com, where she invites readers to subscribe to her monthly newsletter full of resources and giveaway opportunities.
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5 Responses to Are You a Speed Reader? by Julie Arduini

  1. Maureen Lang says:

    Fun test, Julie! Thanks for sharing. I always thought I was the slowest reader in the world, but evidently I’m a bit faster than the national average. (I think they said that to make me feel good about getting the questions right.)

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  2. Maureen Lang says:

    PS – I pushed the “Post” button too soon! I hope your wrist heals remarkably fast. Last year I broke my ankle due to a fall, too. So I know this too, shall pass . . .

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  3. bethrachg says:

    What an awesome test. Thanks for sharing this–and praying for a quick recovery. I broke my foot when I fell down the stairs a couple of years ago. I can’t tell you how stairs make me nervous now!

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