World Book Night: Revealing the nations reading habits and hang-ups
After commissioning some research to build the ultimate water-cooler conversation story, last week we created a fantastic buzz for The Reading Agency’s World Book Night.
The story, which looked into Brits’ reading habits, received over 20 pieces of national and consumer coverage, as well as being picked up by regionals nationwide.
Here are some of our favourite pieces:
The Sun: Read the full article here
Mail Online: Read the full article here
Good Housekeeping: Read the full article here
The Guardian: Read the full article here
BBC News: Read the full article here
More national coverage:
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