At the beginning of each year, “reading more” crops up on many people’s list of resolutions. Unfortunately, many fail to keep the promises they make to themselves. M Shelton discusses how to re-ignite one’s love for books while avoiding the dreaded reading slump.
Catherine Stone discusses the 2021 Booker Prize shortlist and outlines the prize’s significance within literary history.
Are you a Fresher anxious to learn about Exeter’s best-kept secrets? Or a returner eager to try something new? Charlotte Black takes us on a whistle-stop tour around Exeter, recommending the best places to immerse yourself in your reading.
Georgia Balmer discusses Eve Babitz’s life and writing, and why her work remains relevant today.
As summer is well underway, Danni Darrah writes about which books you should bring with you on your next trip to Exmouth.
Millie Betts explores Matt Haig’s bestselling novel, The Midnight Library
Austin Taylor explores how a newly published collection of Franz Kafka’s documents can expand our knowledge of the author’s life.
Rhian Hutchings anticipates the top ten books to be published in 2021.
Paige Insalaco reviews the relevance of both books and podcasts. Has one subsumed the other, or do they both have a place in contemporary society?
Stephanie Meyer’s Twilight saga rises from the grave with the latest addition to the series, Midnight Sun. Paige Insalaco sinks her teeth into this new read, and tells us the secret to the book series’s eternal life.