Ep 188; The Readers Horizons & Reading Horizons

OOPS!!!! Gav Apologises for the earlier version with SPOILERS!!!

In this episode Simon and Thomas have a little surprise announcement, they discuss their reading horizons and Simon has a BIG favour to ask of you at the end of the show.

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The Readers Horizons () Simon and Thomas share some slightly surprising news with you all. Yes, sadly Thomas has decided it is time to leave The Readers podcast after 107 episodes so far (and another 5 episodes ahead) which is quite some going. Simon is a little shocked and a bit sad but totally understands and wonders what should happen to the readers after December. If you would like to help decide the future of the podcast you can by heading here https://goo.gl/forms/pxg9KiOg0hn4Yv4n2 

Reading Horizons () Simon and Thomas share what books they have read, are reading and want to read next.

Simon had just read: Little Beast by Julie Demers
He is reading: Nevermoor by Jessica Townsend and The Silence of the Girls by Pat Barker
And is planning on reading: The Woman in Cabin 10 by Ruth Ware

Thomas has read: The Pest House by Jim Crace
He is reading: Stingray Afternoons by Steve Rushin
And is planning on reading: The Second Death of Unica Aveyano by Ernesto Mestre-Reed 

Simon Asks A Favour () Simon has a little favour to ask you as he would love to know what you think should happen to the (as yet to be determined) future of The Readers.  Please give this questionnaire ten minutes of your time here

https://goo.gl/forms/pxg9KiOg0hn4Yv4n2 

Many thanks!

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