Eight years ago editor and publisher, Rowena Cseh, was managing a large Sydney bookstore when she realised how lost customers often seemed as they wandered around, browsing. She thought of the idea of a ‘people’s magazine’ about books, a magazine that features reviews of literary books, award-winning books, but also of crime, romance, sci-fi, biography: books ordinary people like to read. Today tens of thousands of Australians rely on Good Reading to help them buy and borrow books – for themselves, their children and their friends.
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