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Readings 3h
Replying to @ReadingsBooks
You just have to make a purchase of $30 or more at our shops OR online tomorrow (28 October) to claim your free copy of either: 📚 The Sympathizer by Viet Thanh Nguyen or 📚 If This Is A Man / The Truce by Primo Levi. More details here:
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Readings 3h
To celebrate the reopening of our stores tomorrow and to thank our customers for their wonderful support during lockdown, we are giving away free books! We repeat, free books!
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Readings 3h
Replying to @djpapilko @HachetteAus
Looking mighty fine!
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Readings 4h
Replying to @ReadingsBooks
More details here! Did someone say something about free books?
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Readings 5h
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Here's a handy checklist too: ✅ Treat staff and fellow customers with respect ✅ Face masks ✅ Use hand sanitiser provided ✅ Maintain physical distancing ✅ Pay by card ✅ Coo over the pretty new books (but maybe limit how much you stroke the covers 👀)
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Readings 5h
We're opening tomorrow and we can't wait to swap opinions and recommendations with you all again! It's going to be a big change for everyone so we're also putting in some safety requests in place! Have a read of the details here:
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Readings 5h
Woke up this morning feeling like... One more day everyone!
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Readings 21h
SEE YOU ON WEDNESDAY
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Readings 22h
Here are our top 10 bestselling books for kids and YA readers over the past week
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Readings Oct 25
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Readings Oct 25
Michael Robotham has joined the likes of John le Carre, Minette Walters, Colin Dexter and Ruth Rendell as a two-time winner of the Golden Dagger Award. Congratulations to Robotham, who is the first Australian to win the award twice:
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Readings Oct 25
We've loved seeing our Readings Puzzle take shape in living rooms around Australia! Thank you to everyone who entered our competition, we hope you enjoyed piecing the shelves together
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Readings Oct 25
Our top 10 this week include gripping crime reads from Jane Harper and Chris Hammer, a surreal and audacious literary offering from Richard Flanagan and new bestsellers from Trent Dalton and Craig Silvey:
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Readings Oct 24
The festive season is looking a little different in 2020. Here's how we'll be helping you get your gift buying done early to avoid any last minute panics:
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Readings Oct 24
'Sitcoms have helped America reconceive New York not as somewhere to get stabbed but as a place where you could live your best life.' How sitcoms shaped New York:
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Readings Oct 24
'Readers ask her for a new poem of solace whenever there’s a fresh tragedy—“as if I’m some kind of literary first responder,”' Maggie Smith and Patricia Lockwood on viral poetry:
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Readings Oct 24
'Spoon-Fed is a brilliantly insightful and informative book that I believe is a must read, for all of us.'
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Readings Oct 24
Replying to @pamelahartbooks
Our reviewer ADORED the Thursday Murder Club - that might fit the bill?
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Readings Oct 23
'If it had been ‘Beware of Darkness,’ then we may have approved it!' The long and rewarding history of musicians who would very much like to be excluded from Trump's narrative:
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Readings Oct 23
'Boyd has long been one of my favourite authors. He is a masterful storyteller and here, his characterisation, descriptions of time and place and plot continue to be pitch perfect.'
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