Frustration! Unfortunately that's an eleven-letter word that means crosswords to most people, but for other people the word satisfaction comes to mind. Have you ever wished you knew how to work crosswords? The good news is that it doesn't take a genius to solve them. Anyone can learn to enjoy this brain-training pursuit that is both an enjoyable and relaxing pastime. The only reason crossword solving may look impossible is because people are unaware of the tips and tricks master solvers already kw. Anyone can enjoy solving puzzles if they kw how to crack the code. Here is a short, n-threatening guide that pairs well-kwn adages about life with some easy-to-follow crossword tips so aspiring solvers can learn the ropes quickly and easily. Even more experienced solvers can pick up a couple of strategies.
Besides being a crossword puzzle lover Jan has been a real estate educator for 25 years. Her time spent teaching thousands of adults helped her develop a keen insight into how people think and process information. Now she has combined her knowledge of adult education with her passion for puzzles to create Solving the Puzzles in Crosswords and in Life. Her goal in writing this book was to help others enjoy constructive leisure time through the quiet, rewarding pursuit of solving crosswords. Jan writes from her lakeside home attended by two dogs that scrutinize her every key stroke.