To Kindle, or Not To Kindle?

When Kindles first stormed the markets I was horrified. As an English Literature graduate, I had dedicated years of my life to studying novels, poems and plays that had survived centuries from their first transcription. I scanned, or read, on average fifteen books a day, sifting through library shelves, getting down on my knees in

Why you Need to Pick Up a Book, and Read

As we get older, we begin to reminisce more often. Recently, I’ve been company to many discussions about childhood memories, specifically television programmes. This is made all the more interesting by my international group of friends, many of whom watched the same programme in various languages, always a source of amusement as we compare. Inevitably,