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Introducing the Pages & Proofs book blog

Reading Copy has a sister. AbeBooks has just launched a new blog called Pages & Proofs for our AbeBooks.co.uk site, which serves our British customers. I’m handling most of the blogging on Pages & Proofs and I promise to make it the same but different to Reading Copy. It will be the same in that it will be very readable and never dull. It will be the same in that we are addressing everything that catches our eye from the book world with a special focus on used and rare books. It will be different in that it won’t be a carbon copy of Reading Copy. There will be lots of news and links regarding books from the United Kingdom but the posts won’t be exclusively British-themed.

Now, if you are really into books you will visit both blogs on a regular basis.

Over at Pages & Proofs you will discover why the United Nations thinks Norwich is a bookish town, where you can see the original Harry Potter manuscript, how Pussy Galore wrote a self defense book in the 1960s, a review of a book about a road that goes past Stonehenge and much more. Visit Pages & Proofs.

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