WORLD BOOK DAY: THE READING HABITS OF A PUBLIC AFFAIRS AGENCY

Natalia Marczewska

“There is no friend as loyal as a book”- Ernest Hemingway

Today is World Book Day in the UK.  No better time it would seem to reflect on the simple, immeasurable joy of reading. As Public Affairs and Public Relations professionals we are bombarded by the written word on a daily basis, political and industry tomes of all persuasions line the walls at PLMR.  Newspapers, from all corners of the nation are read and re-read.

Books and the written word shape our professional lives, but what of outside work?

Driven by a desire to find out a little more about my colleagues I asked a simple question: What are you currently reading?

The results are a heady mixture of timeless classics and intellectual firecrackers. It’s a revealing list and one I hope you enjoy perusing.

What are you currently reading? Any recommendations for our team? Let us know!

This is what the PLMR team is currently reading:

Kevin Craig:
Conundrum: Why Every Government Gets Things Wrong and What We Can Do About It by Richard Bacon MP and Christopher Hope

Chivonne Preston:
Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen

Elin Twigge:
The Examined Life by Stephen Grosz

David Madden:
Voodoo Histories by David Aaronovitch

Mike Ramsden
Cold Hands by John J Niven

Lauren Milden
Failed States by Noam Chomsky

Tim Knight:
Age of Extremes by Eric Hobsbawm

Marlowe Russel
Alone in Berlin by Hans Faluda

Nathan Hollow:
VC Heroes: The True Stories Behind Every VC Winner Since World War Two by Nigel Cawthorne

Anokhi Madhavji
Rethinking Reputation by Fraser P Seitel and John Doorley

Danny Wilding:
Seven Deadly Sins: My Pursuit of Lance Armstrong by David Walsh

Paul Gough
Alex Ferguson: My Autobiography

Antonio Dorileo
American Caesars by Nigel Hamilton

Becky Moles
The Shock of the Fall by Nathan Filer

Aurora Horwood
Margaret Atwood by Alias Grace

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