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About Us

AN ABOUT US PAGE THAT’S REALLY ABOUT YOU

We’re reading more than ever. But what passes for reading material these days – soporific status updates, plodding blog posts, tweets shoe-horned into 140 characters – is hardly worth your time. The internet has turned everyone into a writer. But we used to be readers too, didn’t we?

WE SUFFER ALMOST AS MUCH AS YOU DO

With every book put down unread every conscientious reader suffers a gnawing guilt that grows heavier with the knowledge that they have somehow failed. The compulsions of everyday living alleviate the burden – but a glance at a shelf can bring back a fierce shame.

WHAT AILS US? A.D.D., HYPERACTIVITY, HYPERLINKS

We’ve become adept at link mashing. With our tablets and phones we excel at consuming drivel at an alarming rate. Reading a book, on the other hand, has turned into an arcane, dark art. Exactly how, not too long ago, did we manage to sit through entire volumes?

REDEMPTION FROM REJIGGING THE WIRED BRAIN

It’s hard to remember. The way back isn’t easy. Our neural pathways are riddled with clever traps that sabotage attempts at absolution. Still we must persist. And perhaps we have chanced upon a way.

BEFORE THE WORSHIP, A SHRINE
 
Time was when bookshops were temples to the written word. The head poobah was informed, well read and discriminating. The advice he offered was invaluable, even life changing. That was then. Now bookshops are thinly veiled dog and pony shows. Loud, annoying, with cheap thrills aplenty. They do sell books, of course. But only incidentally; and if you can find them. This cannot be right. And to strike at the heart of the malaise we must reclaim ourselves – by reclaiming our past.

And hence this journey ...

 

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