The Reading Life is a multicultural
book blog, committed to Literary Globalism .
Our posts have been read over 6.7 milion times with readers ranging from scholars from The Vatican Library,MacArthur Genius Grant Winners, publishing industry professionals to teenage book lovers.
Short Stories, Irish literature, Classics, Modern Fiction, Contemporary Literary Fiction, The Japanese Novel, Post Colonial Asian Fiction, The Legacy of the Austro-Hungarian Empire and quality Historical Novels are Among our Interests. Narrative non-fiction also is of importance.
- Howard Zinn - USA - historian - author of The People’s History of The United States- first appearance on The Reading Life
- Honorée Fanonne Jeffers - USA - poet and novelist - author of The Love Songs of W. E. B. Dubois - first appearance on The Reading Life
- Arkady Martine - USA -AnnaLinden Weller, her pen name Arkady Martine, is an American historian, city planner, and author of science fiction literature. Her first novels A Memory Called Empire and A Desolation Called Peace, which form the Teixcalaan series, each won the Hugo Award for Best Novel. She has a PhD in Byzantium History. First Appearance on The Reading Life.
- Dorothy Evelyn Smith - UK -very prolific writer of works set in rural England between the World Wars - first appearance on The Reading Life
- David de Jong- The Netherlands- Author of Nazi Billionaires - The Dark History of Germany’s Wealthiest Dynasties- David de Jong is a journalist who previously covered European banking and finance from Amsterdam and hidden wealth and billionaire fortunes from New York for Bloomberg News. - First Appearance on The Reading Life
- Emily Saint John Mandel - Canada-Emily St. John Mandel is a Canadian novelist and essayist. She has written numerous essays and six novels, including Station Eleven and The Glass House. First Appearance on The Reading Life
All six featured writers made their first appearance in September. Two are deceased, four are women.
Our posts have been viewed 6,780,792 times. There are currently 4113 posts online.
Top Home Countries of September Visitors
- The Philippines
- The Netherlands
- The UK
- The Ukraine
The most frequently viewed posts were about Short Stories by authors from the Philippines and India.
Not sure at this point.