You're probably wondering what Oxygen Books is up to.
After all, with our books on some of the best writing on cities from Berlin to Istanbul, aren't we meant to be the travel-guide-book-with-a-difference-publisher?
Well, yes we are.
But this year we're taking our remit a little bit further - with some other kinds of surprising journeys.
Oxygen's editor and publisher Heather Reyes has written a rather special book about the journeys we all make as readers.
During several months of treatment for a serious illness, she decided to turn a necessary evil into an opportunity: the luxury of reading whatever takes her fancy.
An Everywhere: a little book about reading is a quietly passionate and witty defence of the joys and consolations of reading in both the difficult and day-to-day aspects of our lives.
Orange-prize winning novelist Helen Dunmore has already called it 'a brilliant travel guide to the city of books: the city we hold within us, and the one we share with all its other citizens. I love Heather's passion for reading and the blend of erudition and intimacy.'
Cheryl Moskowitz, children's writer and founder of Lapidus, has praised it as 'a gem of a book, one to read and re-read and to carry around like a bible - not just a guide to great literature but as a reminder that reading is the highest form of religion. Part good-read guide, part travel guide, part memoir, it is a great example of that which it explores, books that can take us anywhere and everywhere.'
If you want to be taken to new and surprising places in your reading (as well as re-discovering some favourite old haunts), here are a thousand and one affirmations and ideas.
The joys of reading are very real ones. An Everywhere: a little book about readingtakes us to the very heart of what reading can be in each of our lives.
Heather Reyes is the editor of Oxygen Books' acclaimed city-pick series of urban travel guides and the author of Zade, longlisted for the Prince Maurice Prize with Zadie Smith and Joanna Briscoe. Her short stories have appeared in Fiction International, Ambit, Mslexia, Philosophy Now and others. Her new novel, Miranda Road, is published in May 2014
An Everywhere: a little book about reading is published by Oxygen Books on 10 April 2014.
You can read an extract here.
Find out here about the book's genesis
Available now from all good bookshops and Amazon. Paperback Original £8.99,$11.12, e-book.
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