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    Marketing in 2015: Mobile Book Marketing Made Easy

    A recent study revealed that the worldwide consumption of electronic books rose in 2014 and is expected to strengthen in the coming years, despite the lowering adoption of digital readings in the UK with reports suggesting that “eBooks may have had their day.” Data gathered by Pew Research Center revealed that three in ten adults […]

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    The Journey of Voices, Old & New

    It is the start of 2015 and in keeping with the time of year, the first book we are publishing this year is an anthology of short stories penned by a group of new and talented young writers. Some of these writers have been previously published, while the larger majority is being published for the […]

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  • From the Fairy Tales of Charles Perrault, Harry Clarke

    The Real Fairy Tales

    I have to admit that I really, really, enjoy reading fairy tales. Yesterday, my mother found an old tattered illustrated book (or what was left of it) of fairy tales in a box. The book had no cover (I am not sure what happened to it) and the frayed and curled edges barely held the […]

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    The Cinderella Dream (or Why Men Will Just Never Get it!)

    The other day, I was having an argument with the husband and the son, both men who try very hard to see the world from the female perspective if only to anticipate what I am going to be up to next. The argument began because both of them were emphatic that wealthy men do not […]

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    Guides and Aspirations

    For the past few months, Indireads has been celebrating one year of operations, one year of books, one year of authors from South Asia. In the grand scheme of things, it seems like we’re mere fledglings, babes in the woods that have a long way to go yet. We are and we do, but we […]

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  • By Marcus Hansson from Göteborg, Sweden (The best days are not planned) [CC-BY-2.0 (], via Wikimedia Commons

    How To Find A Good Book To Read

    Growing up we had limited choices—one kind of bread, one kind of cereal, one children’s program on television per day—and life was a lot simpler. In these days of plenty, ‘too much choice‘ is a recurring problem and when paired with the modern ‘time is money’ dilemma, it results in continual decision-making stress. To escape […]

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