Monthly Archives: October 2015

Take Me To Your E-Reader: have Kindles failed to take over the world?

I promise I have an excellent justification for such a terrible pun: this month has been a particularly good one for print publishing. By all reports, we’ve just had the most energetic and productive Frankfurt Book Fair in recent memory; … Continue reading

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He Who Must Not Be Explained: how the Harry Potter films decline to address the non-reader

For my first real post, I thought I’d treat you to a bumper article on a topic no one in my social circles can ever shut up about. Since graduating, I’ve undertaken two projects of monumental importance: getting a job, … Continue reading

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Inaugural Post

Welcome, friends, to my reading blog – ‘books blog’ isn’t quite the right term. I’m going to see where my reading takes me. A post on Mondays Are Read is just as likely to be about a film adaptation, a comparison … Continue reading

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